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Results:
Date count run19 Mar 2021
Election rulesERS97 STV
Candidates running3
Available position1
Total ballots14
Valid votes14
Invalid votes0

Count

Round Hasha Dar Nithish Amaladas RON (Re-Open Nominations) Exhausted Surplus Threshold
1 11.00 3.00 0.00 4.00 7.00
Count of first choices. The initial quota is 7.00. Candidate Hasha Dar has reached the threshold and is elected.

Winner is Hasha Dar.

Number of vacancies: 1

Candidates

Hasha Dar
Hi everyone! Having grown up in London living right next to a range of artisanal coffee shops, I can’t count the number of days I have spent GRINDING out work and the all-nighters I’ve powered through with a cup of coffee right by my side, helping me stay up to meet my numerous deadlines. My love for the drink and my desire to share it is why I’d like to nominate myself.

I would love to use my insight and past experience being on committee for various societies in 2020/21 to help organise events once in-person activity is possible again, bringing along anything coffee related; whether that be hosting a social to taste unique and special types of coffee or having a workshop on the best coffee making techniques! I would also like to continue contacting coffee shops and providers to secure deals for our society if remote activity is still required, so that all members can still enjoy the drink from the comfort of their own homes.

Being President for one of UCL’s largest arts societies in 2020/21, I have gained much experience leading and managing a society. I have managed and liaised with many sponsors and successfully hosted many public speakers, industry professionals and more at previous societies. I shall be using my leadership skills here to bring you all the fun and discounts that you so deserve. I will be using my experience to bring the full potential of Coffee Society to you and I hope that I can meet all of you soon in the new academic year!
Nithish Amaladas
I am once again asking for your electoral support.
Since my time in London I had to settle from artisan beans for Starbucks but now I’ve reached a new low- instant coffee. As treasurer I promise, no one will have to suffer through instant coffee because they gambled away their allowance in the stock market.
With that objective in mind, this will be my agenda list:
• Negotiate referral perks for the coffee society with local cafés
• Start a new coffee newsletter for local lesser-known cafés and new recipes.
• Subject to interest, hold more online events.
• Revamp the internal finances and create a proper ledger.
• Lobby for more committee positions i.e. marketing, sponsorship, webmaster, etc.
These are basically the same objectives from my January run; Again, through these initiatives, I hope we can develop this small society into a tightly knit community.
PS : This time I’m holding a Freeze-dried coffee “Colombian blend “, it tastes as good as it sounds – terrible.