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Results:
Date count run19 Mar 2021
Election rulesERS97 STV
Candidates running3
Available position1
Total ballots37
Valid votes37
Invalid votes0

Count

Round Yicai Martinez Pina Thomas Rowe RON (Re-Open Nominations) Exhausted Surplus Threshold
1 8.00 29.00 0.00 10.50 18.50
Count of first choices. The initial quota is 18.50. Candidate Thomas Rowe has reached the threshold and is elected.

Winner is Thomas Rowe.

Number of vacancies: 1

Candidates

Yicai Martinez Pina
I will use my personal experiences and skills to fulfil this role and support the Boat Club with my time and commitment to be able to contribute to expanding the good experiences I have lived as a member.
- Providing good management of the finances of the club.
- Communication and transparency.
- Working as a team with the rest of the committee, optimisation of outcomes.
- Widening participation and making the sport enjoyable
(coaching development and cox boxes are on the list).
- Investments for the development of UCLBC in an efficient way.
About me: Coxing and rowing experience, member of UCLBC since 2018, computing and data analysis qualifications (Physical Chemistry and Math&Stats), reliability and excellent organisation skills.
Plus this role will provide me with a good excuse to spend even more time exploring the world of spreadsheets!
Thomas Rowe
I have a strong understanding of how the UCLBC and the union works, making me a good candidate for treasurer. I have experience working within the union financial systems and knowledge of how to be frugal from being producer.

My ideas for being treasurer are:
Improve communication about the finances with all members of the club:
- Publish a financial statement at the end of every term detailing where the money was spent, earned and the plan for the spending for the next term.
- Start an anonymous response form where rowers can send in their thoughts and wishes as to where our money should be used.
Spend more money on the social side of the club:
- Monthly prizes for the most active member of the Boathouse in club activities
- Greater subsidies to allow a more adventurous social calendar, to ensure all members have the same opportunities to join in the socials.
Further increase the diversity and inclusivity of the club:
- Expand and give more money to the Diversity and Inclusivity fund
- Long term aim is to remove all financial barriers to being a rower, senior or novice.
- To achieve this, I will work with the union to reduce gym subscription and investigate reducing club membership fees.
Spend money proactively on rowing equipment:
- working with the captains and maintenance officer to identify potential problems before they arise, to avoid overspending through time pressure.
Large focus on fundraising throughout the year.