The Massey at Wellington Students’ Association has a brand new bunch of eager executives, who start in their new roles from December.
Heading the team is 2018 President Emma Pearce, who says she can’t wait to hit the ground running.
“Based on the foundation that the previous executive have given us for next year and the MAWSA team have laid down, I am sure we will be able to do an amazing job.
“I can’t wait to get to work with the new executive, they’re a really lovely bunch of people with a lot of potential.”
Pearce says in particular she would love to continue to work on building up MAWSA’s advocacy programmes, something which she has focused her energy into this year.
“I want to continue to build on all of MAWSA’s successes, this will enable future presidents and executive to have an easier time from the get go.”
MAWSA Manager Sarah Grant-Wang says this year more than 400 students voted for their 2018 executive.
“It was great to see students getting so involved in the election and having their say on who will represent them next year, we have an amazing bunch of people who are already starting to get to work on plans for 2018.”
Grant-Wang says the role of Pasifika Executive is yet to be filled.
The 2018 Executive will take up office from December 1.
The Massey at Wellington Students’ Association Executive:
President – Emma Pearce
Welfare Vice-President – Jamie-Lee Bracken
Education Vice-President – Bridget McGechan
Maori Executive – Bryah-Rose Rauhihi
Buisness Executive – Natasha Tziakis
International Executive – Clara Gan
CoCA Executives – Brianna Keogh and Dylan Healy
Health Executive – Mili Tian
Nursing Executive – Megan Hammond