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Date count run19 Mar 2021
Election rulesERS97 STV
Candidates running3
Available position1
Total ballots20
Valid votes20
Invalid votes0


Round Roshni Agarwal Aleena Khan RON (Re-Open Nominations) Exhausted Surplus Threshold
1 14.00 5.00 1.00 0.00 4.00 10.00
Count of first choices. The initial quota is 10.00. Candidate Roshni Agarwal has reached the threshold and is elected.

Winner is Roshni Agarwal.

Number of vacancies: 1


Roshni Agarwal
Technology is no longer an "exclusive" area, reserved for those with coding skills and computer science degrees. Rather, it is a field that is integrated into our every day lives. As Vice President, I hope to place emphasis on the universality of technology and look to reach out to individuals of all backgrounds, studying all kinds of degrees. I aspire to expand the outreach of the society, through our social media platforms, as well as aim to link events we host with areas such as: philosophy, law, business, etc. As a Pol Sci student myself, I believe that I will be the perfect ambassador to do so.

We often host hackons and events which go unnoticed. I plan to push publicity and assist in developing our communication skills, social media outreach and brand development. I believe that, through working with the media team, I can really help grow our club. By changing our target audience, I hope to encourage more people to attend the events. However, internal communication is my top priority. I wish to ensure the logistics of the team are organised such that everyone knows what is going on. I feel this will be done best through "Brainstorm sessions", ensuring everyone's ideas are heard and implemented. Team work = dream work.

Technology is more important than even before. Our society has great potential but our execution needs work. I believe that I can help in boosting our outreach, brand identity and communication skills - all which improve execution of the potential.
Aleena Khan
I believe technology is the most powerful tool we currently possess to shape a more optimistic future. Coming to this realisation, I have made it a personal mission to spread accessibility, digital literacy, and the passion for technology throughout the UCL campus. As a FYR this year, I've learned that the TechSoc attracts the brightest minds, creating a platform where we deepen our understanding, collaborate with like-minded people and share & celebrate ideas. The fact that there's so much potential yet to be uncovered inspires me to want to play a bigger role in fulfilling this society's purpose. As TechSoc VP, I vow to not only represent my own ideas but also other members'. I vow to work my hardest to ensure the TechSoc is one of the most active, diverse, and engaged societies at UCL.

I hold genuine interest while maintaining a consistent drive. Being President of my High School Leadership Council, and the Secretary General at our school’s MUN, I have developed key leadership and team working skills. Working with Telenor on their mobile Agriculture venture last summer, I realised the extent to which we were able to empower rural farmers by launching just a few specifically tailored mobile services. I understand what it takes to run a society, the challenges that involved and ultimately the thrill that the outcomes bring.