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Faiso Kadiye, Community and Welfare Officer

Community and Welfare

Your Community and Welfare Officer is responsible for positively influencing the welfare of students at LSE by lobbying the University and creating impactful change.
Faiso Kadiye, Community and Welfare Officer

anaëlle thoreau

Community and Welfare Officer


Get to know Anaëlle

What I Studied

BSc Politics and History

How I was involved with LSESU before becoming an officer

In my first year I joined Hands Off the student-led campaign that seeks sexual harassment in LSE in which I stayed involved for the rest of my degree. I was a Consent Ed Facilitator, the LSESU programme that aims to start a conversation around a healthy consent culture. I was president of Women in Politics in my second year. All these experiences made my time at LSE even more meaningful.

What I’m looking to achieve this year

Making mental health services more inclusive to our diverse student body, fight for better sexual violence support provisions on campus and a healthy consent culture, affordable food on campus.

One tip for making the most out of LSE

Join a society, a sports club, attend your department’s events. Find your niche. Don’t hesitate to start a conversation, everyone’s on the same boat! And if you face any difficulties whilst at LSE, you can contact the LSESU to get support. 


anaëlle's Office Hours

Anaëlle is available to talk to on campus, bookable on the Student Hub.

Thursdays 12pm - 1pm



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