Warwick Labour is run by its executive committee, elected at the Annual General Meeting at the end of term 2 or beginning of term 3. Caucus officers are elected within autonomous caucuses. The current exec as elected in March 2020 is as follows:
Chair – Nazifa Zaman
Hey I’m Nazifa (she/her) and I’m chair of the society this year! I’m a History and Politics student and also co-ethnic minorities Officer at Warwick Students’ Union. In my role as chair, I work with the exec to ensure that our activities are planned out and run smoothly. I was elected on a platform of increased political education which centres marginalised communities. If you have any questions about the society or any suggestions feel free to get in touch! Solidarity
Deputy Chair and Women’s Officer – Hannah Corsini
Hi, I’m Hannah (she/her) , and I’m the Women’s officer and deputy chair. I’m a second year biology student and I care a lot about the links between feminism, socialism and the environment. My role is to organise events and meetings for women and non-binary members. Feel free to drop me a message if you have any questions or concerns
Treasurer – Will Lamb
Hi, I’m Will (he/him), the Treasurer of the society and a 3rd year Mechanical Engineering Student passionate about campaigning for socialism and liberation. My role is to set the society’s budget and provide funds for events, speakers, and the annual Red tie dinner. I’m always open and interested to hear suggestions about the future of the society, and how they can be financed.
Secretary – Callum Doherty
Hi, I’m Callum (he/him), a second year PPL student and the secretary of the society. It’s my role to organise and record executive meetings so feel free to ask me anything about how the society works.
Talks & Events Officers – Tomi Amole (right) and Lenny Van Reeth (left)
Hi, we’re Tomi (he/him) and Lenny (he/him) and we’re the talks and events officers for this year. We’re both second year PPE students passionate about socialism, anti-racism and anti-imperialism. As talks and events officers we’ll be doing our best to bring you interesting events where we engage with currents affairs and explore the conditions, tactics and strategies we might use to achieve liberation. We’re also committed to improving inclusivity in all types of events we do and are always available to talk to.
Internal Campaigns and Trade Union Officers – Zach Smerin and Niall Hawkins
Hi! My name is Zach (he/him), I’m a second year History and Politics student and this year I am going to be the co-ICTU (Internal Campaigns and Trade Union) Officer alongside Niall. I decided to run for this position because I believe that it is through direct action, both in and out of our workplaces, that we can best organise to fight for a better world and to build coalitions for a common goal of liberation! Please feel comfortable approaching me for anything.
My name is Niall (he/him) and I am a second year History and Politics student. I am Co Internal Campaigns and Trade Unions Officer. I love getting involved in student activism and taking part in all of the student activism opportunities that Warwick Labour had to offer. Now more than ever it is important to be involved in Politics and it is also a great way to meet people
External Campaigns Officer – Fraser Amos
Hi i’m Fraser, my pronouns are he/him and i’m external campaigns officer for the society. I’m a final year Global Sustainable Development student, socialist labour party activist and I’ve been involved in Warwick Labour for a few years. Feel free to message me if you want to get involved in society & campaigning
Social Secretary – Joe Baird
Hi! I’m Joe (he/him) , a third year History and Politics Student and your Social Secretary for this year. I’ll be aiming in spite of the unusual circumstances, to run a variety of socials this year, to ensure that society members have time to relax and get to know eachother better. If you have any ideas or suggestions for me don’t hesitate to get in touch
Welfare Officer – Esme Gower
Hiya my name’s Esme (she/her) I’m the welfare officer and I’m a second year studying Art History. I’m responsible for ensuring the wellbeing of our members and making our events inclusive and accessible so please feel free to message me if you have any concerns.
Disability and Mental Health Officer – Julian Sadie
Hi I’m Julian and I’m a second year discrete maths student. I’m your disability and mental health officer for this year so please feel free to message me if you identify as a member of the caucus and need help with anything
BAME Officers – Chayne Hogan (right) and Aqsa Akhtar (left)
Hey everyone! Our names are Chayne (he/him) and Aqsa (she/her) and we’re your Co-BAME officers for 2020-21. We aim to provide a hospitable and inclusive environment for all our BAME members by offering an open and safe place for discussion and airing of any concerns. We have exciting plans coming up so please feel free to get involved. Don’t hesitate to contact us if you identify as BAME and have any questions
Communications Officer – Rowan Moorsom
Hi, I’m Rowan (they/them), the Communications officer. I’m a third-year maths student and also interested in socialism and working for a better society. My role is to help run our social media accounts and website and respond to messages
Trans Officer – Ish Tominey-Nevado
Hi, I’m Ish (they/them), your Trans Officer and I’m a third-year PAIS student passionate about socialism and queer liberation! My role is to organise interesting and fun events throughout the year for the Trans caucus, and to ensure that our society always supports its trans members.
LGBTQ+ Officers – Aisa Loose and Kinga Kowalewska