Meet your Student Officers!
Momin, Rahma, Tayyaba, Yousef, Imaan and Mahamed were elected by King’s students in March 2017 to lead KCLSU, represent your views to the university and make sure your student experience at King’s is the best possible.
Momin was also a part of the 2016/2017 Student Officer Team as Vice President for Activities and Development. Mahamed was also a part of the 2016/2017 Student Officer Team as Vice President for Welfare and Community. Rahma, Tayyaba, Yousef and Imaan are elected Student Officers for the first time.
Student Officers lead KCLSU as Trustees (nine of our 13 Trustees are students), Organisers, Campaigners and Representatives.
- As Trustees they oversee the work of the Students’ Union as a democratic charity, making collective decisions at the highest level along with other KCLSU Trustees.
- As Organisers they support and empower King’s students to influence change in whatever matters to them.
- As Campaigners they champion change and student activism on the matters they’ve been elected to voice.
- As Representatives they amplify the voice of King’s students on their behalf to KCLSU, King’s College London and beyond.
As a democratic charity, we’re led by students for students. As well as your Student Officers there are also Student Reps and Student Councillors, all working to make sure that your views are heard and acted upon by KCLSU as your Students’ Union and the College. To find your Student Rep, contact your Student Councillors; or find out more about the ways you can get yourself represented by visiting our Representing You web pages.
Here you’ll find a short summary about what each of your Student Officers are responsible for and how you can get in touch. There’s also a link to their election manifestos that set out some of what they’ll be looking to do over the 2016/2017 academic year.
Mahamed Abdullahi, Vice President Postgraduate