Exec Committee

As with any organisation we have a structure, and students are at the top of that structure! It is our team of elected Student Presidents and Vice Presidents (collectively called the Executive Committee) who make decisions that shape the day to day running of the Union, the campaigns we run, the events we arrange, and how the organisation develops.

The Executive Committee needs you, the students, to let them know your thoughts about the Union and about life as a student at RGU. If you have any queries or issues please don’t hesitate to speak to the team – they are here to listen and will do all they can to support you.

Feel free to stop and say "hi" if you see them around campus, or pop in to the Students’ Union offices any time.

 



Ross Leven
President (Communications & Democracy)

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Tel: 01224 262 295

    

 



Emmanuel Akerele
President (Education & Welfare)

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Tel: 01224 262 297

    

 



Jordan Moore
President (Sport & Physical Activity)

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Tel: 01224 263 665

    

 



Samuel Adebiyi
Vice President (Education)

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Bartosz Grabski
Vice President (International)

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Lemuelle Assuncao
Vice President (Societies)

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Cian Gullen
Vice President (Sport)

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Loveth Omoile
Vice President (Welfare)

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