Club Committee 2018/19

Chair: Brad Baines

Brad is a Final-Year Politics and International Relations student and was the first inaugural chair of the refounded Club in 2016/17. He has been a Labour member for over four years and is an experienced campaigner, pounding the streets in marginal wards and constituencies across the country.

As Chair, Brad is responsible for the overall running of the Club and liaison with the Students' Union and Labour Students.

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Secretary: Tristram Gale

Tristram is a Fourth-Year Mathematics student and as a stickler for detail is a dab hand at organising any Committee Room on polling day. Tristram has considerable campaigning experience from his time campaigning on behalf of Luke Pollard in Plymouth Sutton & Devonport.

As Secretary, Tristram is the master of procedure - ensuring the Club operates according to our own constitution and the party rulebook.

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Treasurer: Vacant

This role is currently vacant and will be up for election in October.

The Treasurer is the 'Chancellor of the Exchequer' of the Club, handling its finances and signing off all expenditure.

Events/Social Secretary: Archie Mellor

A passionate advocate for social justice, Chemistry student Archie was heavily involved in last year's USS Pension Strike and associated 'Teach Outs'.

As Events Secretary, Archie is responsible for organising the Club's socials and its social media accounts

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Campaigns Officer: Tsiresy Domingos Tembwa

Originally from Paris, Biology student Tsiresy is an avid campaigner and is passionate about fighting to ensure students get a better deal.

As Campaigns Officer, Tsiresy is responsible for the club's campaigns on and off campus.

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Women's Officer: VACANT

LGBT+ Officer: Jacob Withington

Jacob is a Second-Year Physics student from Worcester. Having enjoyed his time as First Year Officer last year, Jacob was more than enthusiastic to take on another role on the Committee this year.

As LGBT+ Officer, Jacob is responsible for championing diversity and the cause of LGBT+ rights in BULC as well as heading BULC's own LGBT+ Caucus. 

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BAME Officer: Bradley Cowl

Bradley is a Civil and Architectural Engineering student and a dedicated Labour activist. As BAME Officer, Bradley is responsible for championing diversity and the cause of ethnic minority rights in BULC as well as heading BULC's own BAME Caucus.

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First Year Officer: Vacant

This role is currently vacant and will be up for election in October.

The First Year Officer is elected during the first semester and represents freshers on the committee and leads on engaging first-years within BULC.

 

Please get in contact with any of us if you have any questions about the club.

Full rule descriptions can be found in the BULC Constitution (Last updated August 2018)