What was your LSE experience like?
Active! During my degree in Social Policy, I choreographed and danced for LSESU’s Dance Club. I was President of Carr-Saunders Hall, Vice President of the African-Caribbean Society and a Student Trustee of LSESU
What’s your role all about?
I am here to serve. My job is to make sure LSE and the Students’ Union put students first in all things.
What advice would you give someone new to LSE?
Get involved and make the most of the opportunities around you! Use your time here to learn and grow: try out new things, explore London and volunteer your time. You’ll win that way.
Tell us your favourite quotation?
“She said ‘do you love me?’, I told her only partly. I only love my bed and my mother. I’m sorry.” - Aubrey Graham
Achievements to date
Commitment to Transparency Reimbursement System Updates Fixed International Fees Completion Graduation Gown Support Fund Festival of Creativity
End of Term Reviews
Michaelmas Term Review
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