Candidate List

Autumn Election 1 2019

The first autumn election for 2019-20 - this election contains the vacant places for Shadow Councillor, Business School PGT roles, Subject Chair for Sport and Health Sciences and the National Union of Students' delegate places. Nominations must be submitted electronically from 9am Monday 16 September until 4pm Thursday 26 September.

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Guild Council - Shadow Councillor

There are three places available on Shadow Council. The successful candidates will be responsible for representing the views of students and ensuring that the elected executive Officers are always achieving the best results that they can for the benefit of all students.

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    Mireille Els Manifesto

    GETTING IT DONE. VOTE NOW.

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    Will Klintworth Manifesto

    Vote Will for a more transparent Guild!

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    Lewis Martin Manifesto

    Don’t vote for any Lewis. Vote for your Lewis

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    Nathaniel Guerreiro Manifesto

    The student voice is the bloodline of any university. Your voice will be heard and I will make sure promises are delivered.

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    Rishil Patel Manifesto

    Don't wish for change, Rish for change!

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    George Hibberd

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    Cosmo Tullar Manifesto

    Work together for a better Guild

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    Sahil Lally

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Guild Councillor (Democracy & Governance)

The successful candidates will be full members of Democracy and Governance Council and be responsible for representing the views and opinions of students; ensuring that the democratic systems of the Guild are supporting all students to actively engage in Guild democracy. These 3 places are open to all students except current elected members of Guild Council.

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    Arden Foster-Spink Manifesto

    More accountable. More accessible. More democratic

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    Afton Mckeith Manifesto

    Your Representative, Your Voice.

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    Aysha Saeed

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    Sahil Lally

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    George Hibberd

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    Mariam Abdelkarim

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NUS: National Conference Delegate

The NUS Delegates will represent the views and opinions of University of Exeter students on the national stage; ensuring that the NUS is working in the collective best interests of Exeter students and the entire student movement. You must be available for the National Conference taking place in Liverpool from 31 March 2020 to 2 April 2020.

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    Katie Heard Manifesto

    Katie HEARD for NUS Delegate

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    Aysha Saeed Manifesto

    Liberating our minds. Unleashing our Power. #VOTE4YSHA

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    Latifah Begum Manifesto

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    Alex Honey Manifesto

    Vote Honey for a Sweeter Tomorrow

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    Nur Fadeela Binti Jamal Manifesto

    Fadeela for change! Fadeela for NUS delegate!

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    Daisy Newbold-Harrop Manifesto

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    Sunday Blake Manifesto

    Postgrads are people, too!

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    Harry Burton Manifesto

    An experienced, credible candidate, for real change and an NUS that works for you.

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    Penny Dinh Manifesto

    Penny! To NUS National Conference

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    George Hibberd

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Democracy and Governance Councillor

The successful candidates will be full members of Democracy and Governance Council and be responsible for representing the views and opinions of students; ensuring that the democratic systems of the Guild are supporting all students to actively engage in Guild democracy. These 3 places are open to current elected Guild Councillors only.

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    Harry Burton Manifesto

    Vote for an engaged, critical, but constructive voice on Democracy and Governance Council

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Employability Societies Officer

The Employability Societies Officer place for Societies Council. The successful candidate will represent the members of all Employability Societies, ensuring that the work of Societies Council is carried out in the best interests of the student membership and enhancing Society activity in this area.

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    Simeon Rumyannikov Manifesto

    Employability | Inclusivity | Connectivity

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    Basilla Cheng Manifesto

    Vote Basilla for Employability Societies Officer !

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Fitness Societies Officer

The Fitness Societies Officer place for Societies Council. The successful candidate will represent the members of all Fitness Societies, ensuring that the work of Societies Council is carried out in the best interests of the student membership and enhancing Society activity in this area.

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NUS: Disabled Students' Delegate

The NUS Disabled Students' Delegate will represent the views and opinions of students who self-identify as having a disability. You must be available for the Liberation Conference taking place from 27 May 2020 to 29 May 2020.

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    Sunday Blake Manifesto

    Empowering Access for All

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NUS: Student Women's Delegate

The NUS Women Students' Delegate will represent the views and opinions of students who self-identify as women. You must be available for the Liberation Conference taking place from 27 May 2020 to 29 May 2020.

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    Katie Heard Manifesto

    Katie HEARD for NUS Delegate

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    Sunday Blake Manifesto

    Education for all women!

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    Aysha Saeed

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    Mariam Abdelkarim

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Business School PGT Officer

The Business School PGT Officer will represent the views and opinions of Business School PGT students at the College level. The successful candidate will take a place on PGT Executive and Academic Executive, working alongside the Business School College Officer to ensure that the needs of Business School PGT students are being met by the executive Officers of the Guild.

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    Cath Harris

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Business PGT Subject Chair

The Subject Chair for Business School PGT students. the successful candidate will convene and Chair the Business School PGT Student-Staff Liaison Committee and be responsible for ensuring feed-back works well for students on Business PGT courses.

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    Zhaofeng Han Manifesto

    I will serve you with rigorous work ideas and a responsible attitude. Also can provide appropriate advice for future work and life if needed.

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    Hazeem Sapuan Manifesto

    Mutual respect and understanding

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