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Results:
Date count run19 Mar 2021
Election rulesERS97 STV
Candidates running3
Available position1
Total ballots17
Valid votes17
Invalid votes0

Count

Round Ishveer Sanghera Sukhmani Sandhu RON (Re-Open Nominations) Exhausted Surplus Threshold
1 8.00 9.00 0.00 0.50 8.50
Count of first choices. The initial quota is 8.50. Candidate Sukhmani Sandhu has reached the threshold and is elected.

Winner is Sukhmani Sandhu.

Number of vacancies: 1

Candidates

Sukhmani Sandhu
Hey everyone, I’m Sukhi and I am applying for welfare officer. UCL Sikh Society is a fantastic and inclusive environment that has really made my first year at university and I hope that I can extend this feeling to welcome new members next year. I know, especially after the last year, mental health is now more important than ever and everyone should feel like they have support around them. I’m approachable and chatty so hope that everyone will feel comfortable coming to me with any problems you may have and I will support you in whatever way I can.

I hope to organise more events that promote wellbeing such as exercise activities and health workshops both within the society and also through collaborations with other universities and organisations. I also want to continue the society’s safe, inclusive and non-judgemental space where everyone feels comfortable, by focussing on reducing stigma around mental health within our community as well as raising awareness for the psychological services that UCL offer. I will do my best to ensure everyone in the society is happy and healthy and am really looking forward to the year ahead!

Ishveer Sanghera
Being a part of UCL Sikh Society this year has been an incredible experience and I would love to play a greater role in the next year as Welfare Officer. I feel I am a friendly and approachable person who people will be able to turn to with any of their difficulties or if they need a listening ear. Students can face a variety of struggles throughout their time at university and I would do my best to offer support and signpost to the services available at UCL. As Welfare Officer, I will strive to be a familiar face available to talk to for everyone in the club.

Next year there are plans to host and collaborate mental health wellbeing workshops with Sikh Your Mind and Nishaan which I would thoroughly enjoy organising and advertising amongst existing and new members.