Milo-Eyre Morgan Stepping Down As Women’s Officer

Milo Eyre-Morgan, Women’s Officer, will be resigning from their post as Women’s Officer for Cambridge SU. Their last day of work will be Tuesday, 18th January 2021.

Milo Eyre-Morgan, Women’s Officer, will be resigning from their post as Women’s Officer for Cambridge SU. Their last day of work will be Tuesday, 18th January 2021.

Milo Eyre-Morgan:
I am sad to be leaving behind an excellent sabbatical officer team, and I wish them all the best for the rest of the year. I would also like to give my thanks and best wishes to the Women’s Campaign committee, as well as all the other student campaigners who I’ve worked with; the work I did with students was the highlight of my time at Cambridge SU

We would like to thank Milo for his contribution to students and Cambridge SU. We would like to particularly recognise him for his work developing and delivering Cambridge SU’s annual consent workshop training for J/MCR Women’s Officers, helping to coordinate an intercollegiate response to drink spiking, taking a leading role in the SU’s support efforts to support the UCU’s strike action last term and working towards improving the welfare provision for students out of term time. He will be very missed by the sabbatical officer team and everyone at Cambridge SU. 

A by-election for the role will be held this Lent Term. For more information on how to stand or vote for the role, please see the By-Election Update.

 

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