Meet your Student Representatives for 2019:
James Heath - email@example.com
The OUSA President is the official spokesperson of OUSA. Their role is to lead campaigns and maintain strong relationships with University of Otago and key stakeholders in the community to advance the interests of Otago students.
Administrative Vice President
Georgia Mischefski-Gray - firstname.lastname@example.org
The Administrative Vice President’s role is to support the work of the OUSA President, ensure that the Executive is working to meet the Association’s strategic goals and facilitating policy development.
Bonnie Harrison - email@example.com
The Finance Officer oversees the Association’s financial holdings, and develops a business strategy alongside the OUSA General Manager to ensure sound investment of student funds in accordance to OUSA’s Strategic Plan.
Will Dreyer - firstname.lastname@example.org
The Education Officer is tasked with representing and advancing educational matters relevant to the Association and its members.
Kerrin Robertson-Scanlon - email@example.com
The Welfare Officer works with organisations across the University and local community, including the OUSA Student Support Centre, to make sure student welfare issues are represented at an Executive level.
Ben McCook-Weir - firstname.lastname@example.org
The Campaigns Officer works with all Executive members to develop local and national campaigns and making sure the Association has the tools and knowledge required to run successful campaigns.
International Students' Officer
Sabrina Alhady - email@example.com
The International Officer works with the International Committee and International Office at the University of Otago to represent and advance the issues facing international students.
Josh Smith - firstname.lastname@example.org
The Recreation Officer works to oversee OUSA’s recreation programme and ensure that clubs have the support they need to continue provide courses, and other opportunities for Otago students.
Matthew Schep - email@example.com
The Postgraduate Officer maintains strong relationships with the University of Otago Postgraduate Society to represent and advance the issues facing postgraduate students.
Jack Manning - firstname.lastname@example.org
The role of the Colleges Officer is to make sure that the college experience is the best it can be for Otago students and making sure the issues of students in colleges are represented on the OUSA Executive.
Te Roopū Māori Tumuaki
Taylor- Rose Terekia - email@example.com
The Tumuaki of Te Roopū Māori acts as the voice for all Māori students on campus and maintains a strong relationship with OUSA.