Why this role?
Being at university is sometimes a challenging and overwhelming experience but also one where you beginning to understand who you are as a person.
I established the Accessibility and Equity collective from the ground up as it’s convenor which now has over 68 members and 3 different hang outs. I have been a part of many different levels of policy implementation from sitting on the Institutional Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Committee to the Library Community of Practice for Equity and Inclusion, disability action plan committee, UNSA Welfare committee, NSSS response team and event working groups.
What do you hope to achieve for UON Students?
Most importantly, I want to authentically work with students to earn their trust. Then I want to deepen interdisciplinary collaboration at UNSA towards advocacy issues and empowering individuals with lived experience. I want to do this by giving more autonomy to collectives and creating a partnership between NU Alliance and UNSA.