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Date count run19 Mar 2021
Election rulesERS97 STV
Candidates running3
Available position1
Total ballots8
Valid votes8
Invalid votes0


Round Yvette Choi Navya Garg RON (Re-Open Nominations) Exhausted Surplus Threshold
1 6.00 2.00 0.00 2.00 4.00
Count of first choices. The initial quota is 4.00. Candidate Yvette Choi has reached the threshold and is elected.

Winner is Yvette Choi.

Number of vacancies: 1


Yvette Choi

I am Yvette, and I am a first-year studying Applied Medical Sciences. I believe I am well suited for the position of Treasurer because of several reasons:

I am familiar with fundraising and remote volunteering opportunities, having led a cohort service trip to Cambodia. My team and I successfully raised funds that exceeded our target and helped build toilets and housing in a village. Thus, I believe my experience in fundraising will be beneficial to the team.

I am organised with my work and I can be trusted to manage society finances, being competent in spreadsheet software. I can reply to emails promptly and communicate the information well to the Student’s Union and to fellow teammates.

I have been a part of MEDLIFE as the Volunteering Officer for the past term and I was able to gain a clear understanding of the objectives of the organization and how things are run. I was able to join virtual meetings such as a Power Hour and a Covid-19 webinar, and I hope to join a service-learning trip in the near future. I look forward to working with everyone and helping those in need!
Navya Garg
My experience and my love for this field combine to make me an ideal candidate for this position. I have always been interested in healthcare, and I even chose to study Biochemistry at university. This role fascinates me because it deals with managing accounts and keeps the treasurer involved in all the new healthcare events at UCL. It is useful at this integral time of COVID-19 to understand the relevance of providing hands-on help to patients and giving them the care they really need. I have experience in data storage, excel and finance that I gained through a plethora of volunteering opportunities at various organisations such as Organ India, a trip to an Indian village and at Coachbright. There is a lot that needs exploration in the field of patient care, and this is our chance to initiate that by helping each other rise and contribute to this society. I wish to incorporate my learnings at school, university and beyond into this society, aiming to explore global medical prospects. It inspires us to be future leaders of tomorrow in our respective fields. If elected, I promise to fulfil the responsibilities that this role demands and encourage others to contribute to healthcare!