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Date count run19 Mar 2021
Election rulesERS97 STV
Candidates running3
Available position1
Total ballots35
Valid votes35
Invalid votes0


Round Thomas Gautier Julie Motouzka RON (Re-Open Nominations) Exhausted Surplus Threshold
1 15.00 18.00 2.00 0.00 0.50 17.50
Count of first choices. The initial quota is 17.50. Candidate Julie Motouzka has reached the threshold and is elected.

Winner is Julie Motouzka.

Number of vacancies: 1


Thomas Gautier
Hey everyone!
My name is Thomas and I am running for the positions of Vice-president and Treasurer! I am extremely motivated to join this wonderful society, which offers a large range of opportunities and a very friendly and positive atmosphere. I am passionately fond of the French culture and I am very keen to share mon sense de l’humour to all the members of the Francophone society.

I am determined to promote this amazing society and to make sure that everyone at UCL is aware of the events we will organise if I am elected.

For you, I am ready to dedicate myself fully in order to organize regular events you will never forget, from parties in various fun and accessible places, to debates inside and outside UCL.

You can count on my strong organizational and communication skills to offer you the best experiences, as London has so much to offer.

Being very persistent, responsible and dedicated, I will:
-Pay a lot of attention to details
-Work under the pressure of tight deadlines
-Demonstrate budget awareness.
-Promote communication
-Find creative approaches
-Guarantee that we have fun altogether and enjoy what we do!

If elected, I will re-use the great ideas which were brought up by the Francophone society last year and create online surveys to respond to your demands.

Finally, having a very international background, I will make sure that this society becomes more diverse. "United in diversity" will be our new moto.
Thank you for your support!
Julie Motouzka
Having lived abroad for most of my teen years, I know how a common culture can help create a home away from home and facilitate friendships. Over the last year I’ve had the chance to grow close to the current committee and many of the other members of the Francophone Society who have encouraged me to run for Vice President and Treasurer for the next academic year.

With the help of this year’s Treasurer (Nicolas Bert, who is now running for President) I’ve been able to fully grasp the requirements and potential difficulties that come with this role and I believe I am equipped to take over and hopefully continue my collaboration with him. Having had professional experience with accounting and planning, I believe that I would be a great fit for this position and I’m looking forward for the opportunity to work closely with the other members of the committee as we strive together for diversity and inclusion in the Francophone community at UCL.