Changes to RGU:Union Executive Committee

RGU:Union would like to notify its members that Steven Mills is no longer occupying the post of President (Education and Welfare).

The executive team is committed to supporting the manifesto aims that our members voted on in the election. We intend on working together to achieve these aims to the best of our ability. We shall also work to ensure that the student voice shall not be absent, even in light of a vacancy on our executive.

We shall inform our members on how we intend to ensure that the policy and remit of the President (Education and Welfare) role is fulfilled, and will be taking immediate actions to work together to prepare for the next step. 

We would like to wish Steve all the best in his future endeavors.

Edward Pollock

President (Communications and Democracy) 

 

Please note:

Any questions or concerns may be addressed to the President (Communications and Democracy) on prescd@rguunion.co.uk or 01224 262295

 

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