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Date count run19 Mar 2021
Election rulesERS97 STV
Candidates running3
Available position1
Total ballots23
Valid votes23
Invalid votes0


Round Cho Loke Rudy Utzschneider RON (Re-Open Nominations) Exhausted Surplus Threshold
1 19.00 4.00 0.00 7.50 11.50
Count of first choices. The initial quota is 11.50. Candidate Cho Loke has reached the threshold and is elected.

Winner is Cho Loke.

Number of vacancies: 1


Rudy Utzschneider
Hello!! Even in the times of a global pandemic, the ultimate frisbee club consistently offered welfare support, weekly socials, and exercise be it virtually or a few in-person practices. Both out of a love for the sport and admiration for those who stepped up to the plate to keep the frisbee club going this year, I would love to be a part of the committee. I realize that I don't have the most experience with UCL sports being a first year, however I was the captain of my high school lacrosse, cross country, and ski team and believe that I would be capable and eager to handle the work that comes with the position of welfare officer. In the context of providing support, I genuinely love interacting with people and like to think I am approachable, so be it a crisis or just the need to have a chat I'll be there! Finally, props to the tenacity demonstrated by the leadership team this past year and I look forward to potentially being a part of it!! Live, love, ultimate...all the best :))
Cho Loke
Hello, this is Asher (or Cho Loke), and I am running for Welfare Officer.

The COVID pandemic has hit us hard and all the more our welfare should be taken care of! Reasons why I believe I am able take up the responsibility to look out for your welfare:
- I have had experience in the mental health scene. Some of you would have heard about my most recent project, Step Up: UCL, which is where students from UCL coproduce workshops and deliver workshops to fellow students. This student centred approach ensures that the workshops are relevant and relatable. Therefore the focus of my lead as Welfare Officer, should I get the role, would be centred in relatability and relevance.
- I have received training for signposting and safeguarding and I am familiar with various sources of support within UCL.
- I have had further experience in exciting exterior mental health projects like singing about mental health issues. Perhaps we could bring some exciting projects to advocate and educate about mental health and also improve general wellbeing!

If I were to be the Welfare Officer, I hope to promote diversity in the club, be a reliable source of support who will always be there if anyone needs any form of support! I believe wellbeing is not just about remedy; it is also about prevention! Hopefully, I will be able to contribute more to the club and be a responsible Welfare Officer!