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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

Faiso Kadiye

Community and Welfare Officer

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Get to know Faiso

What I Studied

BSc International Relations

How I was involved with LSESU before becoming an officer

I was involved a lot with the ISoc in my first year and second year when I was the Events Officer and then was elected as the LSESU Anti-Racism Officer last year, all of which I really enjoyed!

What I’m looking to achieve this year

Increasing student's democratic participation with the SU and building a safer campus by protecting student's mental health and access to support channels in the university whilst ensuring LSE clarifies their system for reporting different types of harassment. 

One tip for making the most out of LSE

Don't be afraid to get involved and start a conversation with someone new - that way you'll find people you really connect with and make your uni experience invaluable. 

Faiso's Office Hours

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

Thursdays 12pm - 1pm


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