Vice President Welfare

About the role

Are you interested in engaging in campaigns related to mental health, housing, equality of opportunity, and student support? If so, the Vice President Welfare is a great opportunity to oversee a wide variety of projects and play a key part in shaping Queen Mary Students’ Union.

You’ll represent students and run campaigns on matters relating to improving student welfare, such as finance, safety and health. You’ll also represent students in the local community to local councils, police and other local organisations. You’ll assist with implementing Student Council policies about welfare, represent student’s views and act on issues affecting them, lobby the university and work closely with the other Execs on initiatives such as liberations months. You’ll also sit on the Students’ Union's Board of Trustees and Executive Committee, overseeing financial, legal and strategic tasks.

Role description

The Candidates

Nabihah Ali

Want real change? Vote Nabihah for VP Welfare.

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Katrina Fuller

Hi, I’m Katrina. I’m a final-year Modern Languages student running to be your next VP Welfare because university is about more than academics. I will be your voice on all matters welfare and put your wellbeing at the heart of your university experience.

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Nidhi Aditya Naik


Committed to fostering unity and amplifying student voices, I, Nidhi Naik, aspire to lead QMSU as Vice President. With a vision for an inclusive, vibrant campus, I pledge to advocate your concerns, drive positive change, and enhance the student experience. Together, let’s build a stronger, more connected

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Abd-Elhakim Belkacemi

I am Abd-Elhakim, committed to fostering an inclusive, supportive, and innovative environment at Queen Mary University of London. My vision is to ensure every student feels valued and empowered, with a focus on comprehensive welfare covering academic, financial, accommodation, safety, and community aspects.

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Student Voice Team