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Date count run19 Mar 2021
Election rulesERS97 STV
Candidates running5
Available positions2
Total ballots57
Valid votes57
Invalid votes0


Round Efosa Egharevba-Buckman Gabriel Ekpa Mayong Tabe Isaac Codjoe RON (Re-Open Nominations) Exhausted Surplus Threshold
1 2.00 4.00 37.00 14.00 0.00 0.00 18.00 19.00
Count of first choices. The initial quota is 19.00. Candidate Mayong Tabe has reached the threshold and is elected. Candidates have surplus votes so surplus votes will be transferred for the next round.
2 6.16 7.12 19.00 23.88 0.52 0.32 4.88 18.84
Count after transferring surplus votes from Mayong Tabe. Candidate Isaac Codjoe has reached the threshold and is elected.

Winners are Mayong Tabe and Isaac Codjoe.

Number of vacancies: 2


Isaac Codjoe
Passion. Collaboration. Communication. These are all values that I encapsulate and will be looking to implement if I were to be appointed your Sponsorship and Careers Officer for the next academic year.

I run simply because I have a passion for helping people develop! I’ve been supported on numerous occasions by the outgoing officers, enabling me to learn about what it takes to succeed in the role, as well as motivating me to pass some of this new found knowledge to others.

I believe that I'm well suited to the role, due to my prior background as a Member of The UK Youth Parliament. I constantly liaised with government officials and organisations with the aim of bettering the environment for my constituents. This greatly improved my leadership, communication and networking skills, which I believe will be crucial when seeking to build on existing partnering relationships, while also looking to establish new ones.

As your Officer, my vision is simple - taking members from where they currently see themselves standing, to a place they’ve not even thought about. Through innovation and initiative I will be looking to expand on the existing foundation the previous committee has built, such as providing career opportunities for a broader variety of sectors including the creative industry, hospitality sector and traditional corporate routes. I will be doing all this with the ambition of ensuring career and personal development is something that we can ALL experience.
Gabriel Ekpa
If you don’t want to finish off at university and get a job cleaning at Tesco, you should definitely pick me. This is one of my biggest fears to be honest and we all deserve better than this, especially given how much we are all paying for university. Coming into university, careers was at the front of my mind. That’s why in the first year of university I managed to secure 5 different spring weeks at different global firms such as EY and JP Morgan. Having created good relationships with employees at these firms I would be in an exceptionally good position to secure links between these firms and create events that will help you get your foot into these big firms. As the ACS Sponsorship and Careers Officer I will give regular information on exciting opportunities. With the links that I have and I hope to create, I hope to hold insight talks, mock interviews and create a mentor scheme where you can get training from employees on how to get into your chosen sectors. Furthermore for 1st years, I want to pair them off with people in the higher years who they share the same career interests with.
Efosa Egharevba-Buckman
I believe I am the right candidate for a role because I can lead through my actions, words, and work ethic. I am very passionate about helping people achieve their goals. My work experience at Balfour Beatty and Schroders helped me build connections within these respective firms and potential partners with this society because they are passionate about diversity.
Mayong Tabe
Coming to university this year has been nothing short of a rollercoaster ride. However, I for one have witnessed first-hand the key role that ACS can play in helping to secure your future. This is the impact I aim to have as ACS Sponsorship and Careers Officer for 2020/21.

I am applying for the role of Sponsorships Officer as it is a position I have over a year of experience in. As elected Co-Chair of Partnerships at the Black Head Students Network, I have worked closely with firms such as Clifford Chance, Linklaters, Latham & Watkins, Goldman Sachs and KPMG to name a few. I plan on utilising my relationships to establish new corporate partnerships for our ACS, inevitably furthering the career prospects of our members.

As Sponsorships Officer for this year, I also aim to bring something new to the table. I want to focus on the creativity that thrives within our ACS and use this to build all-new partnerships with creative sponsors accordingly. Through expanding on areas outside of corporate, I hope to orchestrate a series of brand-new events that showcase the talents of our members to potential sponsors, all whilst enhancing our ACS community.