I studied Sociology at Jesus College
I had been the President of my JCR and really loved that, but I really never thought I would run for CUSU until a month or so before the elections. I suddenly realised that working for CUSU would give me a chance to make change on some of the issues at Cambridge I had become passionate about over my years here.
There are quite a few issues I want to look at over the year, but in order to be successful in tackling anything, my top priority has to be engaging students.
In order for students to have faith in CUSU, they need to see that we are fighting for them on the issues that matter to them. It will be my top priority to be visible and open, and also to shout about the work that CUSU is doing, so students really know what is going on with their union!