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Date count run19 Mar 2021
Election rulesERS97 STV
Candidates running3
Available position1
Total ballots12
Valid votes12
Invalid votes0


Round Anna Musial Avanija Menon RON (Re-Open Nominations) Exhausted Surplus Threshold
1 7.00 5.00 0.00 1.00 6.00
Count of first choices. The initial quota is 6.00. Candidate Anna Musial has reached the threshold and is elected.

Winner is Anna Musial.

Number of vacancies: 1


Anna Musial
I am very excited to apply for a role of the Outreach Officer and become an integral part of such a vibrant society EWB is. I have chosen this position as I am passionate about building connections with other institutions and sharing the ideas and values the EWB holds as I find it an essential part of fulfilling the society mission. I was chosen as a part of the Outreach Team during the current academic year, which gave me a chance to discover how the society functions. I have an experience in building and sustaining vital relationships as I kept similar roles in different educational institutions before. For example, as a part of the Meet IT organisations, I found partners across Europe and developed a series of workshops for high schools students within IT and Mathematics. I truly enjoyed spreading the organisation's ideas with people who shared similar values and always brang a unique perspective on the subject of education, which is an experience I would employ as an Outreach Officer. I would also focus on rebuilding connections with educational institutions after the challenging year we have all experienced and utilise people's desire for meeting together to organise engaging workshops for students and get people excited about what the EWB stands for. During this academic year I fell in love with the wonderful atmosphere that people of the EWB create, what additionally motivates me to stay a vital part of the society.

Avanija Menon
Hi, I’m Avanija and I’m running for Outreach Officer as I’m invested in utilising STEM to create a positive impact. It ensures one’s personal involvement in bettering a person’s education and is a great way to give back to the community.
I have several ideas to fulfill this including the following:
- a mentorship program for sixth form students for their university applications for engineering or other STEM programs
- A guide to choosing subjects at GCSE and A level for students wishing to pursue STEM

I am currently a volunteer and an Outreach Executive for Engineers Without Borders. Therefore, I have ample experience in EWB’s outreach activities as an active contributor in them. Moreover, I am a dynamic member of UCL with lots of student engagement. I am currently serving as a Course Representative, First Year Representative of UCL Physics Society, mentor along with several other roles.

Additionally, I have previous experience in science engagement from my time in sixth form. I had founded an engineering club which attracted a lot of students for hands-on practice and experience in STEM. I helped them with their practical projects and every student also received the CREST Bronze Award. In addition, teaching students physics, maths and english also gave me a deeper insight and experience in outreach.

Lastly, I hope to rely on your votes to maximise the outreach potential of EWB and make the experiences of every volunteer truly worthwhile and memorable.