The CULC Executive Committee ('The Exec') is made up of students elected at the end of each term by our members. Please feel free to get in touch if you feel that the exec can be of help, or if you have an idea to share.
Co-Chairs: Becca Martin and Edward Parker Humphreys, Trinity Hall and Jesus - email@example.com
Becca is a third-year HSPS student at Trinity Hall. She is particularly passionate about fighting educational inequality. Alongside her degree, Becca occupies herself by drinking wine and mourning the fall of Ed Miliband (often simultaneously).
Edward is a second-year HSPS student at Jesus. As Co-Chair, he is looking forward to building on the fantastic election result in Cambridge in June: getting more people involved in CULC, putting on a fantastic range of speaker and social events, and continuing to campaign in the local community. Outside of politics, his passion for all things red extends to football and his beloved Arsenal.
Secretary: Katie Clark, Murray Edwards - firstname.lastname@example.org
Katie is a second-year History student at Medwards. She’ll be sending out emails to CULC members keeping you up to date with everything that’s going on. She is particularly (perhaps overly) proud that last term she managed to submit an essay a whole day early so that she could be free on polling day. Outside of CULC and her degree, she spends her time playing badminton and listening to an excessive amount of podcasts.
Junior Treasurer: Aleksei Opacic, King's - email@example.com
Aleksei is a third-year student studying Politics and Sociology at King’s. As Treasurer for CULC, he wants to see the club grow and fight against inequality, helping to bring about real, tangible change for both students at Cambridge and the city’s population as a whole. When not occupied with spearheading red revolution, Aleksei can be found attending various champagne and cocktail receptions.
Publicity Officer: Sam Willis, St. John's - firstname.lastname@example.org
Sam is second-year History student at St. John’s. As Publicity Officer, he will manage CULC’s public face, including the website, Facebook page, and event promotion. When taking a break from constitutions and the minutiae of election results, he indulges in badminton, cycling, and predicting future prime ministers.
Membership Development Officer: Katie Marsden, Murray Edwards - email@example.com
Katie is a second-year Maths student and acrobat from Nottingham. As the new membership officer for Michelmas term, she will be in charge of keeping track of our current members and recruiting new ones.
Socials Officer: Nick Saunders, Clare - firstname.lastname@example.org
Nick is a second-year HSPS student at Clare. Through social events, he aims to create a friendly and welcoming atmosphere within CULC.
Speakers Officer: - email@example.com
Campaigns and Constituency Labour Party Liaison Officer / Women's Officer: Rhiannon Melliar-Smith, Trinity Hall - firstname.lastname@example.org
Rhiannon is a second-year HSPS student at Trinity Hall with a particular interest in defending the rights and interests of women from lower income backgrounds both in and outside of Cambridge. She is passionate about the history of trade unions within the party, and the mere concept of a Labour government. In her spare time at University, Rhiannon enjoys Kate Bush, drag queens, Beyoncé, gin and tonic, and has finessed the art of 'about the North of England'.
BAME Officer: Nandini Mitra - email@example.com
LGBT+ Officer: Ali Hyde, Downing - firstname.lastname@example.org
Ali is a second-year HSPS student at Downing, specialising in Sociology. When I'm not immersing myself in gender theory, you can find me singing in my college chapel, playing my clarinet or sax, and getting overenthusiastic about wildlife. Looking forward to seeing you at a social or discussion group!
Disabilities and Mental Health Officer: Devarshi Lodhia
Graduate Officer: Tom Stakes