Hi! My name is Ari, I am a third year English Literature and Film
student and I’m your Women’s Officer for this academic year. I’m from
Barcelona and I pride myself on the fighting spirit I carry from my
home country! My role is to be a port of call for any support women on
campus need as well to campaign for the improvement of women’s
conditions and support networks at the university.
What experience will you bring to the role?
I will bring my experience working as a course representative this
past academic year which has allowed me to be involved in the
students’ union and work alongside staff!
What would you like to achieve during your time in office?
I would love to be able to create a safe environment for anyone who
needs it – allowing discussions around sexual health and women’s
health, as well as promoting and campaigning for projects to improve
safety on and off campus and feminist campaigns.
Who is your biggest inspiration?
I would say my biggest inspiration is my mother, she always pushes me
to try my hardest on things I’m passionate about and encourages me to
speak up in environments where it is hard to have my voice heard.
What are you most excited for during your term in office?
I am very excited about collaborating with the other officers on
projects and campaigns as well as opening up to societies if they want
to collaborate in their own causes.
You can get in touch with Ari via her email,
firstname.lastname@example.org, or via her
RUSU have created student-run, peer-support networks for you. This is
your opportunity to meet other students from similar backgrounds,
share common experiences and receive advice and support from each
other. RUSU’s Women’s Officer will be running a peer-support network
for women students. You can find out when and where the next meeting
is at the