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Results! Elections 2020

Friday 13-03-2020 - 18:30

After three days, almost 43,000 votes and over 7,300 voters another voting period comes to a close, and with it a hard week of campaigning for all of our candidates. An enormous congratulations to all of them and thanks to everyone who nominated and voted!

Don't forget you can see everything your elected reps get up to here.

And now… The moment you’ve all been waiting for! Your elected officers for 2020-21 are:


Union Affairs:
Julio Mkok

Here's what I want to do this year:

Launch UoB App in Sept 2020

Launch Phase 1 of Campus Heart (Food Court and Student Bar)

Introduce annual #BattleOfTheBands show / Bristol Got Talent Show for Clubs & Societies

Equality, Liberation & Access:
Jason Palmer

Here's what I want to do this year:

Tackling hate crime and harassment through stronger policies, local partnerships and local support.

Make our courses and campus more inclusive through an Inclusive Education Strategy and better hate crime reporting tool.

Empower students and build inclusive communities through working with JCR's and supporting student groups more.

International Students:
Roy Kiruri

Here's what I want to do this year:

Trying to establish mental health services that cater specifically to the international student experience and the struggles that this group of students may face

Establishment of an academic writing centre, to help international students develop their language & writing skills

Creating a directory of employers in Bristol that are willing to employ international students who want to do part-time work during their studies

Postgraduate Education:
Leah Martindale

Here's what I want to do this year:

Improve transparency, ease of access, and understanding surrounding post-graduate fees and finance

Encourage well-being services to become more post-graduate friendly and better signposted regarding accessibility

Work with other SU officers, networks, and societies to improve a feeling of university community amongst postgraduate students

Undergraduate Education:
David Ion

Here's what I want to do this year:

Erradicate Barriers to Education - Fight the Hostile Environment on campus

An Education for the Climate Emergency - Mobilise for the Climate Strikes

Fight the Mental Health Crisis - More support around assessments

Sport & Student Development:
Rushab Shah

Here's what I want to do this year:

Improving Coombe Dingle Transport 

Extending Uni Gym Hours

Referees for all Intramural Teams 

Student Living:

Ruth Day

Here's what I want to do this year:

Wellbeing: Diverse and accessible counselling service and reformed Extenuating Circumstances policy 

Fair housing: Rent reduction strategy in halls and standing up to exploitative letting agencies 

A green University: Push the University to support the climate strikes and provide cheaper and more vegan options in Source Cafes 



Khadija Meghrawi

Care Leavers and Estranged Students

Thomas Melo Covill

Disabled Students'

Imogen Andrews

International Students

Emma Thomas


Joshua Short

Mature Students, Parents and Carers

Ben Hobbs


Kavya Sharma


Syirah Ami


Jenny Herring

Chair of Student Council

Ifrah Farooq

Trans Students

Marten Payne


Olivier Levy

Widening Participation

James Fishwick


Anna Vause


João Filipe Costa Figueiredo

Joseph Clay

Kiran Pillai

Tom Ieuan Parry



Dave Jones


Flo Ingram

Health Sciences

Becca Pullin

Life Sciences

Iona Marshall


Zoe Wang

Social Sciences and Law

Sid Sreekanth



Lu Macey


Evangelia Nicolaidou

Health Sciences

Daisy Gaunt

Life Sciences

Darrian Paul


Emmanuel Bempong-Manful

Social Sciences and Law

Raffaello Rossi

Should Bristol SU remain affiliated to the National Union of Students (NUS)?

Bristol Students have voted to remain affiliated to the NUS


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