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Results:
Date count run19 Mar 2021
Election rulesERS97 STV
Candidates running3
Available position1
Total ballots100
Valid votes100
Invalid votes0

Count

Round Mominah Khan Amisha Kalra RON (Re-Open Nominations) Exhausted Surplus Threshold
1 22.00 67.00 11.00 0.00 17.00 50.00
Count of first choices. The initial quota is 50.00. Candidate Amisha Kalra has reached the threshold and is elected.

Winner is Amisha Kalra.

Number of vacancies: 1

Candidates

Amisha Kalra
As Community Outreach Officer, I expanded our reach with ‘A Day in the Life’ series to an international audience. We have fortnightly podcast episodes released collaborating with surgeons across the UK and have established networks with AspireMedUK of over 2000 followers. This has alleviated discrepancies caused by the cancellation of shadowing programs.

I have experience handling issues with the union, including liaising logistical issues and handling sixth form safety concerns. I led an international workshop at iNUGSC, helping to deliver further collaborations with the National Surgical Teaching Society.

I am determined to improve and build on reaching new milestones with iNUGSC. I am committed to listening to members expectations and feedback to provide an outstanding event. Given my links to the union, I will ensure sixth form students will be allowed to attend.

I will further diversity in surgery by utilising outreach work I have done this year to widen participation from lower income schools. I will deliver on my manifesto to maintain current relationships with sponsors and collaborations as well as advocate for new connections with national groups. I will build on relationships I made with surgeons this year to drive progress and continue to build the enriching community that UCL Surgical Society is so proud of.
Mominah Khan
Hi! I'm Mominah and I'm currently doing my iBSc in Cardiovascular Sciences. As SurgSoc's vice president, I would love the opportunity to use such a title to hone into events and conventions that are meaningful to, not only myself, but to everyone else. The breadth of the position means that any ideas can be communally thought-up and achieved through the creation of small and particular subcommittees, but only where necessary! I would love to work with the rest of the committee to explore medicine and surgery to a greater degree and explore refugee access to healthcare, as well as the medical status of undocumented asylum seekers in this country and particularly look forward to holding events within this area. Being elected would allow me to use my position to create a space for events that benefit both SurgSoc members and hopefully the community as a whole. Thank you !