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Meet Indi, your Guild President for 2024

29/02/2024 |
2 minutes

Meet Indi, your Guild President for 2024! She’s majoring in Political Science and International Relations and loves studying in the Beasley Law Library (preferably with an iced dirty chai in hand). She’s also passionate about doing good in her community and is excited about what she can achieve for you this year.

Her vision is to ensure the Guild is accessible for everyone so that all students – from the moment they start their degree to when they graduate – know the Guild is here to support them, advocate for their interests, provide services to enrich their experience and get them going in the right direction.

Everyone’s journey at UWA looks different – so regardless of what a student’s university journey looks like, we’ll be ensuring the Guild is right there at every step.
“Community and belonging to me is being able to walk into any space and feel comfortable and accepted by the people around you. It’s important for us to support building community here at UWA – academia has to be a safe space for all, and the people you study alongside will be your companions for 3+ years and may end up becoming lifelong friends.”

This year, she’ll also be looking at the Guild Masterplan (which will transform the Guild Village) and advocating for paid placements and internships for students completing professional practicums.

Indi chose to study at UWA because of the vibrant social life (we have 100+ student clubs) and sense of community. For the past three years she’s lived on campus at St George’s College, and running in the Guild elections last year made her realise just how much she enjoys being in and amongst the community.

“I wanted to give back to the people who have supported me so much throughout my uni career,” she said. “I’ve truly managed to get more than a degree during my time at UWA – now I want to be a part of extending that opportunity to every student coming to our university.”

She says that becoming Guild President has taught her a lot about her own resilience – and the importance of fighting for what you believe in.
You’ve got to put yourself out there, you have to be brave, and you have to be prepared for criticism. I learnt that when I believe in something, like integrity, I’ll always push for it, no matter how hard that may be.
While she’s not sure what she’ll be doing next year (maybe another degree, maybe not…), this year is going to be full on. She’s studying part-time and you’ll also find her working 9 to 5 at the Guild every day – so call past and say hi! 👋

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