Activities Exec

The Activities Executive are 13 elected students who represent members of LUU societies to the University and LUU. Being a member of the Activities Exec is an exciting way to impact the way LUU is run, as well as a great way to meet creative people and hold amazing events.
 
Each member of the Activities Exec represents a category of LUU societies - from Performance & Music to Welfare, they have you covered. They make key decisions about new society formations, allocate funding, chair 5 Society Executive Category Meetings to gather feedback on proposed policies, and represent the voices and needs of members in their category. 

Your new Activities Exec for 19/20 are:

Academic – Greg Reynolds
Culture – Srika Nambiar
Dance – Sarah Hayter
Faith – Monique Dingelstad
General Interest – Patrick Duddy
Martial Arts – Matthew Chivers
Media – Seb Cheer
Outdoor – James Nicholson
Performance and Music – Lucy Murphy
Political and Campaigning – Emily Dean
Sport -  Michele Fawwaz
Volunteering -  Amy Carman
Welfare – Jessica Baker 

Your Activities Exec 18/19

Alex Stoker

General Interest Rep

The General Interest rep is responsible for one of our largest categories here in LUU, representing Fashion society to Coffee society in forums. This role gives the rep the chance to facilitate collaborations between groups who might not have interacted before, and create a welcoming and inclusive atmosphere.

Barbora Rozkopalova

Martial Arts Rep

The Martial Arts rep heads up the assemblies with all our Martial Arts groups, and can also organise big-scale events such as the Martial Arts collaborative Give it a Go and self-defence classes.

Chavi Kohli

Cultural Rep

The Cultural Rep engages with our Culture groups, who represent cultures from around the world. They support the committees to put on showcases, traditional celebrations and much more, as well as encouraging collaborations between the groups.

Dalia Landau

Faith Rep

The Faith rep is responsible for representing our wide range of Faith groups to LUU, and ensuring that their various needs are met and understood. They facilitate collaborations between the groups, for example during Inter-Faith week, and work towards making LUU an inclusive space for all.

Emma Jacobs

Media Rep

The Media rep represents some of our biggest student groups in LUU, as well as working with smaller societies to ensure they all get equal opportunities in their activities. Working with a broad range of media output allows space for collaborations and creations as exciting as your imagination will allow.

Indeera Shankla

Academic Rep

The Academic rep represents our societies who are either linked with a University course or department, or who do academia-focused activities. They work closely with our Academic Representation team to ensure all courses and clubs are represented in LUU and the University.

India Garrett

Media Rep

The Media rep represents some of our biggest student groups in LUU, as well as working with smaller societies to ensure they all get equal opportunities in their activities. Working with a broad range of media output allows space for collaborations and creations as exciting as your imagination will allow.

Jonathan Kershaw

Outdoors Rep

The Outdoors rep is responsible for all our groups who do outdoor activities, ensuring that their high-risk activities are properly supported and assessed. They can also lead on running training for outdoor groups, such as MIDAS training or First Aid training.

Kate Hamilton

Volunteering Rep

The Volunteering rep supports and advises our Volunteering societies on how best to go about their activities. In the past they have also supported the Student Volunteering Week programme and proposed policies that will better support community outreach within Leeds.

Lydia Okoibhole

Political and Campaigning Rep

The Political & Campaigning rep facilitates and supports our P&C groups in running campaigns and events. This can cover reacting to time-specific campaigns and political issues, to ongoing movements within the student body.

Volunteering Rep Nathan Mayfield

Nathan Mayfield

Volunteering Rep

The Volunteering rep supports and advises our Volunteering societies on how best to go about their activities. In the past they have also supported the Student Volunteering Week programme and proposed policies that will better support community outreach within Leeds.

Tara Rogerson

Dance Rep

The Dance rep not only supports our Dance groups through their competitions and shows, but they also have amazing opportunities to curate their own dance shows, such as the LUU Dance Show that happens in the Riley Smith Theatre.