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Date count run19 Mar 2021
Election rulesERS97 STV
Candidates running4
Available position1
Total ballots13
Valid votes13
Invalid votes0


Round Natasha Noordin Danilo Paganelli India Deans-Smith RON (Re-Open Nominations) Exhausted Surplus Threshold
1 6.00 7.00 0.00 0.50 6.50
Count of first choices. The initial quota is 6.50. Candidate Danilo Paganelli has reached the threshold and is elected.

Winner is Danilo Paganelli.

Number of vacancies: 1


Danilo Paganelli
Hey! I would love to be the welfare officer for the UCL Sexpression society! As a member of the LGBTQIA+ community (I am very gay), I am often very upset to hear that LGBT+ related sex and relationships are excluded from sex education programs, and I really want to help change this. I also really want to help spread awareness and education about consent and healthy relationships - the more we educate, the more people that we can help. In addition, one of my main goals is to promote safe sex, in order to keep people protected from STIs, but also to destigmatise them in order to reduce discrimination against those who have them. I have actually signed up to a clinical trial for a vaccine against Chlamydia! I As the welfare officer, I would be there for everyone in the society and would be willing to help if any issues arise - however big or small. I would also like to create some social events in our society, in order to improve our mental health and encourage others to join!
India Deans-Smith
Hi, my name is India and I am running for the position of Welfare Officer. I have been involved in the Sexpression society events department this year and I would love to continue my work in another area of the committee as it has been so much fun. I am keen to help the continuation of UCL Sexpression’s growth and being a Welfare officer would allow me to become more involved in this exciting society.

If elected I would aim to:

-Support the wellbeing of members of the society by prioritising their mental health.
-Set up regular feedback surveys for members so that we can adapt and improve the society
-Ensure that teaching material is accurate and up to date
-Provide resources regarding how to access mental health help for UCL students

Thank you for reading my manifesto.

Natasha Noordin
Hi, I’m Natasha and I would love to be Sexpression’s Welfare Officer next year!
I have been part of UCL Sexpression since my first year at uni. It has introduced me to a topics that I have come to be incredibly passionate about; sex education and consent are vital topics to be taught to young adults.
I am currently one of the Training Officers and have absolutely loved my time on committee this year. I would love to continue to contribute to the club; I am organised and when given a high quantity of tasks to do, I am able to manage that appropriately. Also, I would be excited to liaise with the other committe members as I enjoy working in a team!
I am applying for the role of Welfare Officer as I believe it is essential that people feel supported and comfortable when involved in our club. Some of the topics we cover can be very sensitive; I believe I am well equipped to support those who may need it. Through my clinical work as a medical student and volunteering, I have developed my ability to empathise and communicate with a wide range of people, including those who are more vulnerable. I feel that I am an approachable, friendly face and I would feel confident in dealing with a wide range of issues. Furthermore, I am familiar with the support system at UCL and beyond, and would be able to signpost people in need to the correct support.
Overall, I am extremely keen to be your welfare officer and would really appreciate the opportunity!