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Results:
Date count run19 Mar 2021
Election rulesERS97 STV
Candidates running3
Available position1
Total ballots27
Valid votes27
Invalid votes0

Count

Round Charlotte Korn Natasha Bowater RON (Re-Open Nominations) Exhausted Surplus Threshold
1 26.00 1.00 0.00 12.50 13.50
Count of first choices. The initial quota is 13.50. Candidate Charlotte Korn has reached the threshold and is elected.

Winner is Charlotte Korn.

Number of vacancies: 1

Candidates

Charlotte Korn
Hey everyone, I’m Lottie! I’m currently in second year and I have been UCNCs Vice Pres this last season. I would love the chance to be UCNC’s welfare officer in my third year having had two years experience within the club, a year’s experience on committee, and a strong recognition for the importance of UCNC both as a point of social contact and a tight-knit support network.
As Welfare Officer, I would like to work closely with the Young Camden Foundation, supporting young people in our local area through both fundraising events and hopefully some in-person volunteering. I have really enjoyed and valued the inclusive and accepting atmosphere of UCNC, and hope to continue and develop that trend as Welfare Officer. During the past year it has been made clear how important it is to look after both our own and our friends’ mental health, and I would hope that through the position of Welfare Officer I would make sure that any member of UCNC knew that they had a friendly face to come and talk to about anything that may be on their mind.
My metaphorical door is always open for a cup of tea (virtual or real) and a chat about how things are going, and I would really enjoy putting together welfare sessions next year and hopefully getting to see more netball gals in person than this year has allowed. Lots of netball love, Lottie
Natasha Bowater
Hi everyone, I’m Tash, a first year law student, and I believe that I can bring a lot to the role of UCL Netball Welfare Officer. After such a tough year, there are better times ahead filled with lots of chats with friends face to face (hopefully no more zoom, breakout rooms or mute buttons!), many afternoons on the netball court and I can’t wait to experience the infamous nights at Loop. Whilst we have all of this to look forward to, ensuring that everyone feels supported, included and able to get involved in UCL Netball is SO important. Netball is a perfect way for us to come together again after such a long time spent apart and I will be proactive in ensuring that all students feel like they can get involved. I am a chatterbox and happy to talk to anyone, about anything, day or night. Whether you prefer to communicate over text, give me a call or meet up in person with a cup of coffee and cake (or any type of food actually) I will always be available as a friend to help with whatever you need.