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Saturday, 16 March 2013


Hello folks!

It is that time of the year again where we elect our new committee for 2013/2014!  Now, if you feel you want to take your feminist activism further and get involved with our awesome society then LOOK NO FURTHER!  On Thursday, we will be holding elections for the following positions:

PRESIDENT- run the society, attend GMs.
SECRETARY- emails/ minutes/ socials 
TREASURER- budget, claims
CAMPAIGNS OFFICER- organising and running campaigns
COMMUNICATIONS OFFICER- advertisement and communications
(See word document I will be uploading to the 

event for a full description of the roles) 

It's really important we start promptly in order to get elections out the way so try and be there at 6 on the dot.  Elections will be taking place on Thursday, in the Arts Building, First Floor Room 3 at SIX pm sharp! It's really important we start promptly in order to get elections out the way so try and be there at 6 on the dot. 

Alrighty, feel free to message any of the current committee if you have any queries about the roles, that's Susuana Antubam (President) Josie Brinkman (secretary) Sarah Bougourd (Treasurer) Katie Craig (Campaigns) and Victoria Butcher (Communications).   

Whether you feel you want to take a particular direction with the society, or maybe do even more, you must run!  Not only is it a great opportunity to meet other feminists but it's a way you can bring change to our campus! 

Good luck everyone! 


IMPORTANT NOTICE - If you have not paid membership you can neither run nor vote or even be there so do not come if you have not, come later for our weekly session :)

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