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Results:
Date count run19 Mar 2021
Election rulesERS97 STV
Candidates running3
Available position1
Total ballots28
Valid votes28
Invalid votes0

Count

Round Natasha Adamczyk Li Ng RON (Re-Open Nominations) Exhausted Surplus Threshold
1 4.00 24.00 0.00 10.00 14.00
Count of first choices. The initial quota is 14.00. Candidate Li Ng has reached the threshold and is elected.

Winner is Li Ng.

Number of vacancies: 1

Candidates

Li Ng
Hello! I’m Jillian and am running to be your Welfare Officer for the coming year. I recognise the importance of inclusivity, diversity, and mental health awareness, and believe that I can continue to bring that to our Club. I currently volunteer with a mental health initiative in Asia and remaining inclusive amidst Covid-19 was a priority while serving as President this year.

This crucial role entails responsibility, empathy, and communication. I hope to foster good relationships particularly within our Club, be it between teams, undergraduate or postgraduate members, or people of different backgrounds and abilities. My two years of experience in Lightning thus far have shown me what works (and what doesn’t!) in terms of the well-being of the club and its members.

If elected, I will take an active stance in running projects centred around diversity and inclusivity, particularly for minority demographic groups, and advocate for campaigns like the various awareness months, Sustainability Week, Pride Week, and This Girl Can! I’m happy to step up where needed to help the committee, and will dedicate myself to your welfare: holding check-in sessions, planning alternative ‘socials’ like study sessions and meals, and being an unbiased, sincere listening ear and friend.

I have much to learn but know that my love for cheer and eagerness to learn will help me become a more empathetic, effective, and proactive Welfare Officer. Thank you, and lightning love! ⚡?
Natasha Adamczyk
In the past, it has been extremely tough to consider different sides to an argument. Yet, as my exposure to this type of internal conflict has increased, I have found that it has been a fundamental component of my own character development. The ability to understand and encourage change amongst the community is of paramount importance to me, and would be my main priority as Welfare officer.

As for my qualities, I am an extremely caring person, with the determination to help as many people as I can. As a result, I am interested in running various campaigns to assist in the development of not only the Lightning community, but the rest of society also; to do this, one must be enthusiastic about their involvement in the process, with a positive attitude and forward thinking nature. Therefore, as Welfare officer, I would endeavour to project these qualities, with passion and drive.