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Results:
Date count run19 Mar 2021
Election rulesERS97 STV
Candidates running4
Available position1
Total ballots60
Valid votes60
Invalid votes0

Count

Round Kieran Williams Clinton-David Nyaamah Ifeoluwakitan Adebajo RON (Re-Open Nominations) Exhausted Surplus Threshold
1 31.00 14.00 15.00 0.00 1.00 30.00
Count of first choices. The initial quota is 30.00. Candidate Kieran Williams has reached the threshold and is elected.

Winner is Kieran Williams.

Number of vacancies: 1

Candidates

Ifeoluwakitan Adebajo
Hi! My name is Ife and I am a first year Politics and International Relations student from London and Lagos, Nigeria. I would love to be given the opportunity to be elected as your vice president. Joining UCL as a fresher during COVID has been tough but the support that ACS provided has helped me to settle in and make new friends. I would like to join the committee to give back and continue to create an informative, fun, supportive network for our community on campus. I’m a team player and will be ready to lend a helping hand and listen to everyone. I have experience with leadership roles as founder of the ACS and prefect in my previous school. I’ll be able to confidently represent and advocate for you and the society at all times. I love to plan events and meet new people so I will happily use my experience working in Nigeria and the UK to help the committee to bring back Panafrik !!! I can deal with wahala and still execute a task! As your Vice President, I’ll be committed to supporting and working with the President and other committee members next year, to create new events, provide more wellbeing support, new career opportunities and outreach programs. Thanks for reading, I will be grateful for your vote :)
Kieran Williams
My name is Kieran and I’m first year Medical student running for ACS Vice-President this year.
Although Covid-19 has definitely affected us all in the ACS this year, we’ve still enjoyed some memorable events such as Take Me Out (if you know, you know...). There’s a huge opportunity approaching, after a year of endless restrictions, it leaves the ACS with so much potential to build on next academic year. It is my goal that incoming freshers as well as current students will experience a rejuvenated ACS, one that creates an environment of academic excellence, providing endless career opportunities but also a society where we can chill, party and enjoy ourselves, creating lasting memories.
Having served as Charity Committee Vice-Chairman during my Sixth Form, I already have experience in supportive leadership, where along with the Chairman, I led our Committee to raise £10000. In addition, I am currently a UCL Student Ambassador, enabling me to gain essential experience in widening participation and working with children; something I aim to increase if elected.
My aims:
• Increase interactions between all year groups within the ACS, promoting a family atmosphere within the society.
• Increase our social media presence and engagement, creating larger turnouts, opportunities to meet new people and more experiences to be had!
• Increase the level of career inspiration the society currently provides through the running of regular talks with UCL alumni from a variety of fields.
Clinton-David Nyaamah
My name is Clinton and I am a 1st Year Law student running for ACS Vice President.

In light of the ongoing pandemic, the previous ACS has been able to facilitate a multitude of online events, all of which have been enjoyable or beneficial to be a part of. Their ability to compensate for the restrictions we have endured of the last two academic years has motivated me to ensure that the society can continue to flourish, regardless of the effect of the pandemic.

I have previously been apart and led committees that have brought about new events whilst serving as the President of the 6th Form Student Council such as organising Black History and Mental Health Awareness Weeks and provided support to younger students as a Student Mentor. These roles have equipped me with essential leadership and support skills that I aim to expand as Vice President and will call upon to further the progress made by the previous committees.

My aims are to:
1) Increase the outreach of the ACS within and beyond UCL. This would involve strengthening our connections with other cultural societies within UCL and more ACSs in and outside of London
2) Expand on the current ACS Brother/Sister scheme. This aims to help compensate for the lack of integration this year while encouraging members across all year groups, degrees, and interests to form connections
3) Increase outreach to prospective UCL students of Afro-Caribbean decent by encouraging members to reach out to their former schools