Executives Ready to Lift Off!

Following the close of the most recent elections, we are here to tell you that our Executives are ready to kick-start into action! Throughout this week, your Vice Presidents are chairing meetings made up of your elected representatives.

Following the close of the most recent elections, we are here to tell you that our Executives are ready to lift off! Throughout this week, your Vice Presidents are chairing meetings made up of your elected representatives.

If you’re not sure what they are, effectively, Executives are like a cabinet for each of the Vice President Sabbatical Officer positions. They are elected students who can hold their respective VP, support the campaigns within that agenda and provide feedback.

For more information about the Executives, make sure you head to their page here.

So what are they up to?

Education Executive

The first Education Executive of the academic year is being held on Tuesday 3 November. At the first meeting they will:

  • Discuss the impact of Covid-19 on the student experience with a particular focus on library services, engagement and assessments.
  • Take a look at the Digital Education Experience survey that took place back in May 2020, and look ahead to Part Two of this ongoing work.

Wellbeing, Community & Diversity Executive

The first Wellbeing, Community and Diversity Executive is being held on Wednesday 4 November. This meeting has a packed agenda, and we’re really excited to see what the Executive members think. They will:

  • Discuss some of the activities that VP Wellbeing & Diversity Henn Warwick is planning for the year including sexual health, anti-racism and mental health.
  • Check in with all of the Collectives.
  • Discuss the impact of Covid-19 and the support provided by services across the University and the Students’ Union.

Societies, Sports & Opportunities

The first Societies, Sport and Opportunities Executive (SSO) will take place on Thursday 5 November. In the first meeting, the group will:

  • Feed into VP Societies & Sport Lucy Brown’s plans for the year ahead.
  • Discuss the relationship between student groups and the newly formed VP Societies & Sport role.
  • Receive an update on the amendment to membership disciplinary in light of Covid-19.
  • Review an amendment to the ratifications process.
  • Approve the new ratification and de-ratification process.
  • Discuss the Royal Holloway Sports Pass that was introduced this term.

You can find out more here.