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Student Officers

Alice Churm

Postgraduate Officer

2 posts
Last post 22 Jan 2020
Ben Newsham


11 posts
Last post 11 Oct 2019
Charlotte Lloyd

Sports Officer

3 posts
Last post 24 Jan 2020
Chloe Batten

Education Officer

No posts
Luke Mepham

Societies Officer

1 post
Last post 30 Jan 2020
Milly Last

Democracy & Development Officer

6 posts
Last post 10 Feb 2020
Tiana Holgate

Welfare & Campaigns Officer

2 posts
Last post 17 Jan 2020

Part-time Officers

Alexandru Fugariu

Part-time & Mature Students' Officer

No posts
Connie Gordon

LGBTUA+ Officer

1 post
Last post 19 Sep 2018
Nathan Parsons

Disabled Students' Officer

5 posts
Last post 29 Sep 2016
Last comment 08 Mar 2014

Trans Students' Officer.

1 post
Last post 13 Nov 2018
Rebecca Brown

 Ethics & Environment Officers

No posts
Taj Ali

Ethnic Minorities Officer

No posts
Talip Yaldaz

International Students' Officer EU

No posts
Zishi Zhang

International Students' Officer NON-EU

No posts

Tara and Bede

Women's Officer

2016 Term 1 Review and highlighting student campaigns

Hi everyone! So far this year I have worked on three major campaigns - sexual health, survivor support, and International Women’s Week - in addition to cross-liberation work.

Sexual Health

I conducted a survey to find out about student experiences accessing sexual health services, plus general knowledge about contraception, testing and free safer sex material. The survey results were highlighted here in an article by Hercampus, and the responses suggested that students wanted more information about where and how to access sexual health services. As a result, I produced THIS LEAFLET detailing where to access a number of these resources. Term 2 will see the print distribution of this resource around campus, so keep an eye out for it!

2) Survivor Support

I spent a long time researching and contacting various specialist sexual violence organisations to find out about the different support available for students, asking them about services for all genders and those belonging to minority groups. It was apparent that there are lots of services available in the local areas that students can benefit from, should they require them. You can find the collated service list HERE.

3) International Working Women’s Week March 2017


I am happy to announce that I have recruited a working group for the week, who are now helping with the planning! Thank you to all those volunteers - you’re great. I also spent some time reflecting on what I would like to cover during International Women’s Week - I am keen to explore education, work, reproductive rights and more, and have been working alongside societies, departments and officers to try and achieve this.


There are other students who deserve recognition for the work they have done in Term 1 - here is a list of some of the students, activists and groups who have worked on significant projects!

Black is Beautiful project - India-Mae Alby

India-Mae Alby, a student photographer who previously raised £3000 for the Make-a-Wish Foundation, shot a powerful photography project called Black is Beautiful, linked

India says the project
celebrates the faces and achievements of the black community at Warwick and represents a journey: from being a minority and feeling alienated to experiencing pride in her own culture and history, together with a sense of belonging.

Can’t Touch This - Warwick Anti-Sexism Society

Students at Warwick Anti-Sexism Society organised a feminist club night for all genders to enjoy, with a zero-tolerance approach to harassment.  All profits generated from these events are donated to CRASAC (Coventry Rape and Sexual Abuse Centre) and Coventry Haven, two Coventry-based charities that support survivors of sexual abuse and domestic violence.

Trans* Awareness Week - Warwick Pride

Warwick Pride organised Trans* Awareness week, which saw Helen Belcher (founder of Trans Media Watch) lead a discussion on trans* representation, together with discussions around the university trans* policy and an additional panel. 



-Emma-Marie Okoroafor

Women's Officer 2016-2017