I’m currently intermitting from my HSPS degree at Queens’ College to be your Women’s Officer here at Cambridge SU. Building on the work of last year's Women’s Officer I aim to continue to work on drink spiking measures around Cambridge. My other priorities include pressuring the University to expand childcare provisions for student parents and gathering more information on the Gender Awarding Gap and current gender inequalities in sports within the University. Having such a great time as Chair of Womcam this past year, inspired me to run and continue to campaign for progressive reform with such an amazing group of people.

Feel free to get in touch with any questions or queries about anything: the SU, Womcam or a request for external policy support. I would love you to reach out online or join us at a Womcam forum or events, even if it’s just for a chat!

In Love and Solidarity,
Rosie (she/her)


Reflecting on Student Activism and DRAG

Tue 12 Sep 2023

Image shows Rosie, SU Women's Officer, sat down.

‘Students carry on organising because they care: because the cause is important, because they understand that feminist and anti-racist work is justice work and therefore a necessity’ (Lola Olufemi, SU Women’s Officer 2017-18, 2019:p232)



university Committees I sit on:

As your Women's Officer, I sit on the following University committees to help deliver institutional change and voice student concerns.

  • EDI Committee

  • Gender Equality Steering Group (GESG)

  • Sports Club Registration sub committee (SCRSC)

  • Sports Committee

  • Standing Joint Committee on Childcare for Students