Vice President Wellbeing & Diversity
Hi, I’m Alice and I’m your new Vice President Wellbeing and Diversity.
My job is to represent YOU. Throughout the year I hope to empower, engage with and facilitate spaces for student voices to be heard.
My aim is to improve the wellbeing, equality and inclusivity of students at RHUL both within the SU and the College. I do this through:
I aim to work on centralising the student support services, expanding and improving the extensions policy, support mental health and engage minority voices.
Please feel free to drop me a message or come and have a chat if you need, I’m always here to support you!
With a focus on liberation campaigns, mental and physical health provision and general wellbeing issues, this role forms a key voice for campaigning on campus.
Sitting on the Union’s Board of Trustees, VP Wellbeing & Diversity spends time working closely with students on campaign delivery while ensuring the Union is delivering on its strategic plan.
Thu 12 Aug 2021
Last week, your new Officer team attended the National Union of Students (NUS) Lead and Change Conference. Hear all about their experiences and how they're looking to put what they've learned into action to make positive changes for students this year!
Fri 28 May 2021
VP Wellbeing & Diversity Henn Warwick delves into white privilege, the provisions in place at university to ensure students are educated on such matters, systemic racism within universities, and what steps need to be taken to establish and maintain an anti-racist culture.
Fri 09 Apr 2021
This week, President Kate Roberts and your elected NUS Delegates - Vice President Wellbeing and Diversity Henn Warwick, Milo Dack, and Maciej Pawlik - attended the virtual NUS Conference to discuss policy motions and upcoming work for the national student movement.
Wed 07 Apr 2021
Following an exhausting few weeks for women, both in the Royal Holloway community and the wider world, your Sabbatical Officers call on you to step up and start taking action to change the narrative around discrimination, misogyny, and culture which leads to violence against women and minority genders.
Fri 12 Mar 2021
Brought to you by Royal Holloway Volunteering, VP Wellbeing & Diversity Henn Warwick tells you all about the new Pen Pal Scheme and how you can meet and engage with like-minded students.
Wed 10 Mar 2021
Your sabbatical officers give their reaction after the University announced its decision to postpone summer 2021 graduations (and all outstanding ceremonies for 2020 graduates) until 2022.
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