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Say hello to Sandra. Sandra will be your new BME Officer this year, making some big changes and carrying on the legacy of predecessors. You can read about changes they’re making to tackle issues faced by reading their manifesto

I am…

Creative. Community-focused. Bold.

I was involved with…

The Women’s Network. I edited the Women’s Network Zine called ‘Genderal Studies’ and helped organise feminist events on campus with UCL Medsin (Students for Global Health). I was also the project lead on a student-led volunteer group called UCL Environmental Justice Project, that educated young people on local and global environmental justice issues, and how communities have fought back. I was also briefly part of the PiTV Specials team.

I study…

Natural Science (Neuroscience and Psychology with Policy, Communication and Ethics)

I ran for election because…

Students’ Unions have a rich history of making positive political change – we have the Eugenics Inquiry and Centre for Race and Racism directly because of efforts in student organising. This collective power is amazing and I wanted to support students to continue this work. Also, meeting people at the Students’ Union and societies through my time at UCL, taught me so much about the world and gave me so much comfort through tough times.

Something you don’t know…

I love to pole dance!