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Date count run19 Mar 2021
Election rulesERS97 STV
Candidates running4
Available position1
Total ballots27
Valid votes27
Invalid votes0


Round Sabrina Ciauri Alissar Wynn Camilla Mina RON (Re-Open Nominations) Exhausted Surplus Threshold
1 13.00 7.00 7.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 13.50
Count of first choices. The initial quota is 13.50. No candidates have surplus votes so candidates will be eliminated and their votes transferred for the next round.
2 14.00 9.00 4.00 2.50 11.50
All losing candidates are eliminated. Candidates Alissar Wynn and Camilla Mina were tied when choosing candidates to eliminate. Candidate Camilla Mina was chosen by breaking the tie randomly. Count after substage 1 of 1 of eliminating Camilla Mina and RON (Re-Open Nominations). Transferred votes with value 1.00. Since no candidate has been elected, the quota is reduced to 11.50. Candidate Sabrina Ciauri has reached the threshold and is elected.

Winner is Sabrina Ciauri.

Number of vacancies: 1


Alissar Wynn
Hi, my name is Alissar Wynn and I am a second-year student studying English Literature. Ever since I can remember I have always wanted to work in the fashion industry which is why being Editor-in-Chief of the MODO Magazine would be a position very close to my heart.

Over this past year, I launched my own digital fashion and lifestyle magazine, giving me invaluable experience working on all aspects of a publication and enabling me to enhance my skills as a writer, interviewer and designer which I intend to leverage in my role as Editor-in-Chief.

One of the features that I love most about MODO's Magazine is the amount of collaboration that goes into producing each issue. This collaborative experience is one of the reasons that I am most eager to apply for this position, as I believe that my love for working in a team-driven environment and creating new friendships will perfectly ready me for this position.

In my role as Editor-in-Chief, I would not only continue to showcase the immense talent of UCL designers, discuss sustainability and diversity within the industry, and amplify the voices of new creatives, but I would also introduce the use of the online magazine platform ‘issuu’ to create a more authentic virtual viewing experience, allowing readers to feel as though they are physically flipping the pages of a magazine.

Thank you for taking the time to consider me for this position!
Camilla Mina
Since my youngest age, I was always passionate by writing and by fashion. Growing up, I spent hours contemplating Vogue magazines. I was fascinated by the looks, the articles, and everything else related to fashion. I have previously worked as an article writer for the IPPR society and have experience writing in a wide range of fields, such as politics. I have also worked as the Human Resource and Communication Director in a mini-company with a social aim, which I co-created. This experience has shaped my work ethic and has taught me to write in a convincing way. I have learned to work efficiently as a team, in addition to being responsible for the writing and content design (booklets, presentations...). For this reason, I believe I am a good fit for the position of editor-in-chief at UCL Modo fashion society. If I am elected, my priorities are to keep a high quality standard for the new Modo fashion magazine on current topics related to fashion. I would like to focus on different perspectives, especially on how fashion differs based on culture and identity. I would like to explore such topics taking a more inclusive approach and really taking into account what the team has to say. I would really appreciate your vote, as I know that I have the energy and capacity to be the next editor-in-chief!
Sabrina Ciauri
From inviting and interviewing the CEO of the New York Times at MODO Magazine’s Launch in January, working alongside London based brands to create advertisements for each edition and assembling a strong team of writers, graphic designers and models - my work at MODO Magazine has been really enjoyable and rewarding and therefore, I would like to continue as editor-in-chief next year.

The major changes I have initiated in MODO Magazine which I hope to continue:
- Magazine focus = fashion with an academic twist
- Hosting MODO Magazine launch events with guest speakers from the fashion/journalism industry
- Including advertisements from London based brands to help our local community and give discounts to our readers
- Offering modelling opportunities to UCL students within the magazine
- Promoting student startups to offer them a space to share their entrepreneurial journey
- Planning more exciting events (coffee mornings, festive parties etc)

My learning experiences have been invaluable in understanding what it takes to make a successful magazine and I hope to continue to learn more.

My experience at MODO Magazine has been entirely online and our first magazine launch was delayed until the second term due to the coronavirus. I feel I did not get the full opportunity to meet the members of my team and celebrate our achievements with in-person launch events. I would love to continue to organise these launch events next year and meet you all in person :)