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Results:
Date count run19 Mar 2021
Election rulesERS97 STV
Candidates running5
Available positions2
Total ballots30
Valid votes30
Invalid votes0

Count

Round Adelaide Wescombe Amelia Mitchell Emilia Stimpson Emily Fehlemann RON (Re-Open Nominations) Exhausted Surplus Threshold
1 8.00 12.00 5.00 5.00 0.00 0.00 2.00 10.00
Count of first choices. The initial quota is 10.00. Candidate Amelia Mitchell has reached the threshold and is elected. Candidates have surplus votes, but since candidates can be safely eliminated, the transfer of surplus votes will be delayed and candidates will be eliminated and their votes transferred for the next round.
2 8.00 12.00 5.00 5.00 0.00 2.00 10.00
All losing candidates are eliminated. Count after eliminating RON (Re-Open Nominations). No votes are transferred since all eliminated candidates have zero votes. Candidates have surplus votes so surplus votes will be transferred for the next round.
3 9.28 10.00 5.32 5.32 0.08 0.00 9.96
Count after transferring surplus votes from Amelia Mitchell. No candidates have surplus votes so candidates will be eliminated and their votes transferred for the next round.
4 10.28 10.00 8.32 0.32 1.08 0.28 9.46
All losing candidates are eliminated. Candidates Emilia Stimpson and Emily Fehlemann were tied when choosing candidates to eliminate. Candidate Emily Fehlemann was chosen by breaking the tie randomly. Count after substage 1 of 2 of eliminating Emily Fehlemann. Transferred votes with value 1.00. Candidate Adelaide Wescombe has reached the threshold and is elected.

Winners are Adelaide Wescombe and Amelia Mitchell.

Number of vacancies: 2

Candidates

Emily Fehlemann
Hey Guys,
I am currently in my second year and one of the seconds team captains.
This year, as probably for most of you, has not always been easy but during this time UCLWFC has played a big part in keeping my mood up and making me feel understood and showing me that there are people there who I can turn to for support. I think the idea of welfare officers is great because uni life in general, even without covid, can be stressful and very hard and having someone to turn to, who is connected with the sport we love, can offer an easily approachable option. I would really enjoy being welfare officer because I love to just listen to people and make them feel understood and welcome. I think that it’s an important job to highlight the importance of mental wellbeing throughout the club and on its social media platforms.
I would love to plan events, which make the new members and all other members who have been through a year of isolation get to know each other and find new friends. I would love to keep the family scheme going and develop that further. I also love the idea of events where we discuss concepts of wellbeing with each other and just organise things which make people feel even a little bit better with whatever they are going trough. The club was such a nice environment for me in my time here and I would like to use my position as welfare officer to keep it that way.
Emilia Stimpson
I’m Millie, going into 3rd year BASc, and I’m reapplying for welfare officer this year after a year alongside my fellow welfare officer Tara. As we all know this year was a little more different than usual and I’d love another chance to fulfil this role (hopefully more in person!). I think it’s so important for everyone to have a safe space to exercise and make new friends, and UCLWFC is a very special and close community that does this for me and that I enjoy contributing to so much.
I would want to organise fundraisers for important organisations such as CALM and MIND - charities that help to look out for mental wellbeing, something that has become increasingly important in the past year, as well as continue the rainbow laces scheme supporting LGBTQ+ awareness in sport.
My metaphorical door is always open for a chat, be it in person or online, and I am loaded with extensive knowledge and experience of the ins and outs of the UCL wellbeing and support system. I would love to be a point of contact for anyone struggling, stressed or even just bored, to point you in the right direction or listen to a rant. Im excited for this opportunity to be part of committee again and get closer to members new and old as we all try get back to normal life. I also promise utilise the loop queue jump card to its fullest potential because I MISS IT SO MUCH.
Amelia Mitchell
After starting university from my bedroom due to COVID-19, UCLWFC was where I felt most involved in the university experience. The support from the Welfare Officers I had personally, and for the team as whole, meant I felt right at home instantly and made friends through socials and online study sessions quicker than I ever thought was possible in lockdown.

Going into my 2nd year, I want to make anyone new to the club feel just as welcome as I did, whether that’s in person or online, as I would not have survived my first term without UCLWFC. I want to continue what our current welfare officers have put in place through raising awareness of important issues to enhance inclusivity as well as, for example, our Microsoft Team group where we meet to study, have a virtual coffee and chat or play games online in the evenings together, making a lonely lockdown a lot more fun. I would also like to create an anonymous forum where people can share their struggles, feelings or simply who they fancy to us Welfare Officers so we can offer the best support possible in return.

As life continues to change and the world gets back to normal, I would love the opportunity to engage with all our team to create a happy, inclusive and supportive environment within UCLWFC and allow newcomers as well as old-timers to feel just as welcome here as I have.
Adelaide Wescombe
Hiya! I'm Eidi, a soon to be second year BASc student. I joined UCLWFC to play a sport that I love, and make some new friends in lockdown (sadly not enough actual football playing though). The weekly socials and friends I've made in the club have made a huge difference in my mental health throughout the pandemic. Mental health needs to be such a priority, and I really want to help support others new and old to the club, especially as we move back into a more normal world.