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Date count run19 Mar 2021
Election rulesERS97 STV
Candidates running3
Available positions2
Total ballots31
Valid votes31
Invalid votes0


Round Summer Wyatt-Buchan Gemma Thornley RON (Re-Open Nominations) Exhausted Surplus Threshold
1 11.00 20.00 0.00 10.32 10.34
Count of first choices. The initial quota is 10.34. Candidates Summer Wyatt-Buchan and Gemma Thornley have reached the threshold and are elected.

Winners are Summer Wyatt-Buchan and Gemma Thornley.

Number of vacancies: 2


Summer Wyatt-Buchan
Hi guys, I would really enjoy the role of a Volunteering Secretary and feel that I would thrive in the role. Having volunteered in a range of roles (Children's Air Ambulance Shop, Grassroots Football and PTA fundraisers as examples). I have experienced working with charities (in particular The Red Cross, Mind and MSF) and would love to be involved at UCL on behalf of the team. I have enjoyed being involved as a 3rd Team Captain this year and loved meeting everyone before lockdown. I have experience of working within all areas of the game as a FA Level 1 coach, involved in coaching children from the age of 6-14. I thrive on a challenge and am always at the end of my email and phone. Admin is a guilty pleasure of mine so spending time on our fundraising initatives will be a much-welcomed break from my studies. A team player, and confident organiser, I would do my best to work with the rest of the committee to arrange fun activities and be innovative in how we can still fundraise together even if there is another lockdown … bringing back the famous Strava challenges for example, but this time for charity.
Gemma Thornley
Due to the circumstances I have sadly not been able to really actively take part in UCLWFC this year, however, I am really excited to embrace a more significant role next year and think applying for Volunteering Secretary is a great way to do so! I am a very enthusiastic football player, and I have been playing for the last eight years but am excited to continue playing at university level and getting more involved with the amazing UCLWFC community.
Volunteering and social enterprise is something that is really important to me and I would love to both be more actively involved in UCL Women's football and use this privileged position as part of this amazing community to make a difference in other less advantaged communities around us. I believe my previous experiences in volunteering, such as my position as fundraising coordinator for the Serbian charity Podrzivot which raises funds for children with terminal illness, and other school based fundraising initiatives in my high school (for both environmental and social initiatives, such as reforestation projects and arranging art workshops with disabled children) would make me a strong candidate for this role. At UCL I am also a member of the Environmental Justice Project; I am really passionate about dedicating my time to volunteering, and would love to help shape the opportunities that UCL Women's football takes on as a club and being heavily involved!