BAME Representative (BL)

About the role

This role is focussed on creating change for the BAME community. The BAME Representative (Mile End) collects feedback from BAME students and represents their interests on issues they face as BAME students. The role supports the Vice President Communities, and liases with members of the relevant clubs, societies and student groups. The BAME Officer will also be able to feed into the planning of key campaigns and events such as Black History Month.

Role description

The Candidates


Rayyan Zafar

Hello, my name is Rayyan Zafar, a 2nd year medical student at Bart’s and the London and it would be my pleasure to be your Bart’s BAME representative for next year. I view myself as a passionate person with a huge interest and excitement to represent those from all backgrounds.

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Nabeela Solkar

I am very passionate about stopping institutionalised racism and wanting to create change and equality for all ethnic groups. I am integrated in a number of these groups. My connections and ability to bond with people would best enable them to communicate their concerns and opinions to me.

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Shivani Ganesh

I have a keen interest in decolonising medicine and promoting the voices of ethnic minority students. As your BL BAME representative, my goals are to empower students and bystanders to speak up about racial discrimination, increase collaborations between cultural societies, as well as promote anti-racism initiatives! Read my manifesto ??

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Isfahaan Nur

My name is Isfahaan Nur. I am a second-year global health student at BL, during this time, I feel I’ve really come into my own voice and have learnt to articulate my experiences in a way that I’m proud of and I would like to help others do the same.


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Representation & Democracy Team