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About Me

What did you study at City? 

I studied Economics at City and graduated July 2019, met some amazing people on my course, the wider university and other London institutions. I definitely had my ups and downs, however, I wouldn’t change a thing as it’s made me the person I am today.

Where are you from?

Born and raised in North-West London, best part of London.

When and why did you get involved in the Students’ Union?

I was always active with societies, however, it was in my 2nd year that I joined the Friends of Palestine Society committee and got involved with campaigns, collaborations with other societies and universities and the Students’ Union. I went on to become a School councillor for SASS as well as a delegate for City at the annual NUS conference.

What you love about City?

It’s size and location. It’s allowed me to meet so many different people from different walks of life. There’s never a day where you don’t bump into someone you know.

My favourite spot in London?

The Piccadilly/Trafalgar Square area. There are some side streets with antique book shops, memorabilia shops etc. love having a wonder around on my bike in the evenings.

Favourite Biscuit?

Chocolate Digestives


 

WHAT I'M WORKING ON

Continuing to embed Equality, diversity and inclusion into the Union and University

Thu 10 Sep 2020

in progress

September 2020 - In Progress

 
Responding and adapting to the ongoing pandemic, ensuring Students are considered and supported thro

Thu 10 Sep 2020

in progress

September 2020 - In Progress

 
Working on Student employability as per our Union strategy

Thu 10 Sep 2020

early stages

August 2020 - Early Stages

 
Ensuring adequate mental health and counselling services are available at City

Thu 10 Sep 2020

early stages

August 2020 - Early Stages

 
Opening up the curriculum to wider readings, acknowledging wider systems of scholarly knowledge from

Thu 10 Sep 2020

early stages

August 2020 - early stages

 
Making the Union more proactive and democratic in its approach to Students

Mon 17 Aug 2020

early stages

August 2020 - Early Stages

 
 

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