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Club/Society committee position
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Results:
Date count run19 Mar 2021
Election rulesERS97 STV
Candidates running3
Available position1
Total ballots767
Valid votes767
Invalid votes0

Count

Round Woojin Nam Michelle Dolder RON (Re-Open Nominations) Exhausted Surplus Threshold
1 397.00 355.00 15.00 0.00 13.50 383.50
Count of first choices. The initial quota is 383.50. Candidate Woojin Nam has reached the threshold and is elected.

Winner is Woojin Nam.

Number of vacancies: 1

Candidates

Woojin Nam
As a women with experience navigating different institutions and industries, I recognise the significance of a support network and understand the positive impact a like-minded community can make. As the Women's Network's secretary, I hope to be able to work with the rest of the committee to ensure that UCL can provide a safe, welcoming and inclusive environment for all women.

As an academic course representative for my degree, I have experience listening to student experiences and voicing concerns for my cohort. I hope to be able to apply this to my prospective role, where I can actively act upon feedback to ensure that the Women's Network runs efficiently and continues to provide a safe space for all self-defining women. In addition, previous experience working at a Juilliard's Student Affairs Office has taught me not only the administrative skills necessary for the role, but also about collaborating with people from different backgrounds to promote diversity and inclusivity.

This past year has been particularly difficult for students and I, like many others, have taken a lot of comfort knowing that I'll be able to meet new friends and reconnect with like-minded people in the upcoming year. I hope to be able to contribute positively to women's campus experiences as the Network's Secretary!
Michelle Dolder
Female empowerment is my top priority. In my studies and in my personal life I am dedicated to giving women a voice and platform to speak. I am a history student who specializes in gender history, where I portray in my essays and research how women did exert agency despite the patriarchy and the double standards that surrounded them. I am inspired by powerful women like Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Malala, or Amal Clooney who fight with their intellect and bravery to make this world a better place for women. I believe female empowerment must take place both top-down and from the grassroots level, thus it is so important for young women to stick together, network and empower one another in our future career paths and personal lives like the strong women we are! I thus look forward to engaging in this society, learning from other members, learning about oneself, debating, and being inspired by other ideas and arguments. I have been part of a committee previously, so I know what it takes and has learned how to work well in a committee environment. My fun-loving, open and welcoming personality will allow me to reach out to new members, be inclusive and inspire new people to join the society, as diversity and inclusion are the most important to me. I am part of the Advanced Ballet Competition Team, therefore I love team-work, I have learned perseverance and ambition, skills I would love to employ for the growth and promotion as well as the foundation of this society.