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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 Evie Robinson Akriti Gajre RON (Re-Open Nominations) Exhausted Surplus Threshold
1 10.00 17.00 0.00 3.50 13.50
Count of first choices. The initial quota is 13.50. Candidate Akriti Gajre has reached the threshold and is elected.

Winner is Akriti Gajre.

Number of vacancies: 1

Candidates

Evie Robinson
Being involved with Pi Media this past year has definitely been the highlight of my second year at UCL. As Social Media Officer, I have loved revamping and running our social media platforms, creating engaging and eye-catching content. Having gained us over 600 followers on Instagram and been involved in projects such as the termly magazines, event promotion and creating our weekly mailing list entitled ‘The Pi Digest’, I’d love to now continue to work on marketing and our online presence at Pi as Marketing Officer. I have worked closely with this year’s Marketing Officer and fully understand the responsibilities of the role, and would like to establish a collaborative working relationship with next year’s Social Media Officer. I still have so many ideas about how to effectively market our content, and would love to work on some more of these in the coming year.
I am really excited for what the next year has in store for Pi, and it would be a privilege to be on the committee again!
Akriti Gajre
Having joined Pi in my second year, I witnessed Pi's marketing strategies play out from a consumer's POV before I did as a member. The content produced here is solid, but I think Pi needs to do more to compete with publications such as The Tab or UCL meme pages, which have increasingly become the first source of information for many students. As Marketing Officer, I will bring to the table principles of good (sexy) design, consumer psychology and communication to expand our digital presence. I will endeavour to make exciting newsletters that people will actually read, social media campaigns that will fare better than ~20 likes, and secure sponsorships to help us continue producing good journalism. Pi is a historic and respectable publication, but without maintaining quality across distribution channels and engaging with readers changing needs, it will be difficult to stay relevant. Please vote for me! Let's make Pi the Pi-nacle of university publications, and then maybe I will apologise for that pun.