Your Full-time Officers

These are your four Full-time Officers, elected in March and working summer to summer. They are either taking time out of our studies or have finished their degrees to lead your Students’ Union, implement new ideas, support student-led activities, and represent your voice with the University at every level.

Click on the photo of the GSU Officer to find out more about them, their Officer Remits and Campaigns. 



Officers updates

What happened at Conference?

Thu 07 Apr 2022

Five students

GSU members attended National Union of Students (NUS) Conferences as delegates.

Students create solutions at Student Assembly

Tue 19 Oct 2021

Students gathered

Students worked together to discuss topics that affect students. Find out what was resolved.

Autumn Elections '21 - The Results

Thu 14 Oct 2021

GSU Elections Graphic

Greenwich Students have been voting for their NUS Conference Delegates and their Student Priorities. We can now announce the results of the Election.



Officer campaigns

Discover some of the key campaigns run by your GSU officers.


Our Officers were keen to make sure when you came back to campus, you'd feel safe to do so. The Covid Conscious campaign asked students what they were doing to stay #CovidConscious and keep people safe. 



Nele is working on Sexual Health Awareness and Guidance Week. The campaign in November aims to celebrate sex and raise awareness of good sex practices.

Global Greenwich

This is a new campaign for 2021, and it aims to better support International Students at Greenwich. Jabed has been leading on the project following the project proposal from last year's President Bilal.

Black History Month

This Black History Month we are representing the Black British community - exploring their stories and addressing the misconceptions around their experience. GSU President Aatika has been working on ‘Know Your Black Britain’ - a collection of historical and contemporary items that draw light to the Black British experience, composition and contribution.


Disability History Month

Disability History Month aims to explore intersectionality, disability activism, and challenge misconceptions. Zoë has been working on gathering stories from students for 'It's a Spectrum - Experiences of Disability' Exhibition.