Each summer, amidst graduation, sunny days and well-deserved breaks for many students after a busy academic year, the Guild bids a fond farewell to its Full Time Elected Officer Team following a jam-packed year representing our student body, to make way for their successors who were elected earlier in the year.
Since the beginning of July, the outgoing and incoming officer teams have been working hard together and with other Guild staff, to ensure a smooth and swift handover of responsibilities. Finally, as of the start of this week, we are delighted to welcome our fully-fledged Officer Team as they embark upon an exciting year representing you, the students of the University of Exeter.
The Officer Team for 2019/20 includes: Patrick Hoyle (President), Liv Harvey (VP Activities), Katie Heard (VP Welfare and Diversity), Penny Dinh (VP Education) and Sunday Blake (VP Postgraduate). They will also be working closely throughout the year by Cameron Taylor, your elected AU president for the academic year.
The Students’ Guild is incredibly excited to be working with such an enthusiastic and dynamic team as we get prepared to dive into the new academic year, welcoming our new intake of undergraduates and postgraduates as well as our returning students. Over the course of the year the team will be dedicated to working towards fulfilling their mandates as well as enacting real, positive change to improve the student experience during your time studying at Exeter. Don’t forget to look out for the launch of their team manifesto in September to find out the details of what they will be getting up to and how you can get involved!
As ever, you can find the team in their main office in DH1, where they will be more than happy to chat to you about any issues or problems you may have. Alternatively, please do feel free to drop them an email or message at any time. All their contact details can be found at www.exeterguild.org/change/theyrepresentyou/#officers .
The University of Exeter Students’ Guild
The Guild is here to represent and support every student at the University of Exeter and to provide them with the best university experience possible.
The Guild is a registered charity and democratic organisation providing over 240 different
societies to join on campus, as well as countless volunteering opportunities, a variety of retail and support services, and academic representation.