Election post

What do you hope to achieve in the role if you are elected?
  • Tackle recent racial and racist abuse against students to ensure they are in a protected environment. 
  • Make guaranteed accommodation scheme more clear to freshers, structuring it by budget and location. 
  • Expand the horizons of the disabilities support network by introducing more sports initiatives and getting more students and staff involved in decision making. 
  • Emphasize a sense of welfare and community in the recruitment of new staff members.
  • Quarterly feedback from students on the performance of Sabbs and Union itself. 
What will you bring to this role (e.g. experience, skills or qualities)?

Being a staunch believer in collaboration, I was honored to become the Transition Mentor at this prestigious institute. This opportunity allowed me to carry on the tasks which provided me a sense of purpose, helping everyone around to achieve their potential, especially in nerve-racking situations. Mental Health is at the heart of UCL’s philosophy & that is what motivated me to contest for Welfare Officer in Pakistan Society twice, bagging even more votes the second time. Serving three other societies as a senior committee member helped me polish my leadership skills. 

Please summarise why students should vote for you.

My transformation journey began when I lost 60 kgs in school; it hasn’t stopped since. I know I’m not the only one. I intend to continue working with the welfare and community zone to ensure mental health remains a forefront priority as we navigate a challenging & unpredictable world. I will integrate values of integrity and inclusivity in the decisions I make and try my best to ensure each student realizes their potential to the fullest. I am keen to introduce a range of schemes designed to ease the transition for new students and support existing students.