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Tanya Marwaha, Disabled Students' Officer

Disabled Students' Officer

The Disabled Students’ Officer represents disabled students at the LSE – they might lead campaigns, run events, or attend meetings to serve the interests of the students they represent.
Tanya Marwaha, Disabled Students' Officer

Tanya Marwaha

Disabled Students' Officer



Get to know Tanya

What I Study

I'm in my 3rd year studying International Relations and Chinese

How I was involved with LSESU before becoming an officer

I was part of the Hindu Society committee last year which was lots of fun and been a member of other great societies like Modern Languages and Future Impact.

What I’m looking to achieve this year

Over this year I wish to celebrate disability at LSE! LSE is such a diverse place with amazing individuals, and we want to ensure that our community is as inclusive and accommodating as possible.

One tip for making the most out of LSE

My biggest tip for making the most out of your time at LSE is to just go for it - you never know when the world will shut down into a pandemic again!


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