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Part Time Officer
Voting is closed
Date count run20 Mar 2020
Election rulesERS97 STV
Candidates running3
Available position1
Total ballots502
Valid votes502
Invalid votes0


Round Elliott Denis Megan McKee RON (Re-Open Nominations) Exhausted Surplus Threshold
1 198.00 297.00 7.00 0.00 46.00 251.00
Count of first choices. The initial quota is 251.00. Candidate Megan McKee has reached the threshold and is elected.

Winner is Megan McKee.

Number of vacancies: 1


Megan McKee
I have held 4 leadership positions at UCL in the last 2 years: UCL Netball Events Sec, UCL Netball President, TeamUCL’s Sports Assistant and a Sports Rep on the Students' Union Activities Zone. As a result, I have significantly contributed to the organisation and development of sport at UCL and I would love the opportunity to continue this as your Sports Officer. I have a great insight into the running of the Students’ Union and what is expected of a Sports Officer at Activities Zone meetings. These positions also demonstrate my leadership, communication and organisational skills which are vital to this role.

I would:
• Support Presidents and Treasurers: organise group chats and welfare sessions to help with problems/questions/BUCS Play, encourage integration between clubs and to provide support during the most stressful periods.
• Advocate for more activities space on campus
• Encourage inter-club support: Use TeamUCL social media takeovers to promote your biggest games of the season
• Finance: Advocate for a) separate processes for more urgent event budget approvals/payments and b) the provision of up to date bank statements more frequently.
• Glittoris sports night: Continue this during pride in sport week and organise another in term 1.
• Organise a Women in Sport event
• #bleedpurpleandgreen: Help clubs to be more sustainable and encourage them to share their progress on their social media using this hashtag.
Elliott Denis
Despite being a first year, I have been participating in sports at a high-level for almost a decade, during which time I have taken a key role in the organisation of many sporting events at an international level. For two years, I worked to improve disabled accessibility to golf. I am currently working with the Union to integrate a new sport to BUCS and am in close contact with a local UCL alumni sports club.

This experience has led me to think that the following changes would benefit both players and committee members alike:

1. Improve inter-club bonding by organising more inter-society events. Let’s bring that intra-society solidarity to TeamUCL as a whole.
2. Better promotion of Varsity with improved advertising of all sports. This should include having a more active TeamUCL social media presence.
3. Creation of a new pan-London Olympic-style sports competition similar to Varsity but open to all London universities.
4. Enhance links between local sports clubs and TeamUCL.
5. If elected, I will continue to help smaller sports clubs to join competitive leagues such as BUCS or LUSL.
6. New, bigger, more accessible storage room for sport equipment.