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Results:
Date count run19 Mar 2021
Election rulesERS97 STV
Candidates running5
Available position1
Total ballots39
Valid votes39
Invalid votes0

Count

Round Zafira Khan Rachel Chloe Anandita Malhotra Sanjana Panicker RON (Re-Open Nominations) Exhausted Surplus Threshold
1 6.00 9.00 18.00 4.00 2.00 0.00 0.00 19.50
Count of first choices. The initial quota is 19.50. No candidates have surplus votes so candidates will be eliminated and their votes transferred for the next round.
2 7.00 10.00 18.00 4.00 0.50 17.50
All losing candidates are eliminated. Count after substage 1 of 1 of eliminating Sanjana Panicker and RON (Re-Open Nominations). Transferred votes with value 1.00. Since no candidate has been elected, the quota is reduced to 17.50. Candidate Anandita Malhotra has reached the threshold and is elected.

Winner is Anandita Malhotra.

Number of vacancies: 1

Candidates

Zafira Khan
As a member of the society all throughout my first year, I want to become a part of this amazing society as a committee member for next year. I throughly enjoy the area of entrepreneurship and if elected, I will promote and promoting safeguard within the club and work with others to ensure a safe and inclusive environment is achieved. I have participated in events and competitions hosted by the society and I want to be able to help carry on this tradition and create another amazing year for the members of the Entrepreneurs Society.
Sanjana Panicker
Hi! I'm Sanjana Panicker, a first year Management Science student and an aspiring entrepreneur/lawyer; and I'm running for Welfare Officer at Entrepreneurs Society.

As a person, I'm an extrovert, organised and work well under pressure. Prior to joining UCL, I've been the Head Girl at my school in Dubai and have held several other leadership positions at other clubs such as Toastmasters Intl., Basketball school team etc. Leadership roles not only push me to perform more holistically but also allows me to make a positive change in other's lives and the system through my skills. My social skills further make me an ideal candidate.

Planning and assisting other members for events, ensuring effective communication internally, being available to address concerns of members are few things I've already gained experience in from past leadership roles. Being able to being these skills to this society while making positive student welfare impacts, makes me an ideal candidate for this role. As welfare officer, I'll ensure that I provide an interface between members and the committee to ensure high morale and wellbeing. I'll work towards providing support, developing member's skills and enhancing their entrepreneurial experience through training days and with individual attention through socials and chats.

Thank you for reading my manifesto and I hope y'all will give me a chance to prove my abilities. Feel free to contact me on LinkedIn or Instagram @sanjanapanicker anytime!
Rachel Chloe
I love being the mediator between friends and family, solving problems with empathy and calm. Hi, my name is Rachel and I'm running for Welfare Officer because I believe mental health should be placed above all else, no matter how hard, especially during this pandemic.

As an aspiring entrepreneur myself, currently running a small business, I understand the pressures to be consistent and persistent. I am also keen on continuously learning about human emotions and mental health through podcasts, books and talks. Btw, the most comforting book I've read is "Love for imperfect things" by Haemin Sunim!

If elected I would aim to :
1. Do weekly checkups on committee and members, and remind them to take care of themselves (through sharing book excerpts, inspiring talks, or being a friend to talk to).
2. Cultivate an open and accepting environment that embraces vulnerability and honesty.
4. Hold discussions and fun talks (on clubhouse / calls). Some topics include: how successful entrepreneurs take care of themselves.

Thank you for reading my manifesto! Please feel free to contact me if you have questions or would like to make a new friend, you can do so through Email : [email protected] or Instagram : @rachelchloee.
Anandita Malhotra
My name is Anandita and I am currently in my second-year studying towards a BSc in Organic Chemistry and Maths.

Having really enjoyed interning at a PE fintech startup last summer, I began this year keen to learn more about entrepreneurship, which led me directly to UCLE. When I found out about all of the incredible events and opportunities the society hosts, from the Shadowing Women in Tech Programme to the VC Fund and London Startup Fair, I was super excited to join and become a part of the community.

Over the course of the year, despite everything being remote due to the pandemic, I quickly came to realise that UCLE was different to most of the other societies on campus; its culture, its people, how passionate they are. I truly believe in the society’s mission, and think it is so incredible to have a hub like this where students from all over the world are able to meet, exchange ideas, learn about and explore topics like VC, innovation, strategy in exciting ways.

Through this role, I hope to encourage more collaboration between the different divisions within the society, as well as strengthen relations with other societies both within and outside of UCL, so that we can continue to host even more exciting events and opportunities next year. I also hope to help grow our community further so that we are able to reach and inspire even more people to adopt an entrepreneurial mindset and essentially follow their dreams.