Zoë Campbell

Greenwich Students' Union Officer

You'll be able to keep in touch with Zoë on her social media and email this year.


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Pronouns: She/Her/Hers

What type of student are you?

FLAS, Commuter, Greenwich, BAME, Woman, Home, Full Time, Disabled

Hey, I'm Zoë, the girl with the wild hair and creative flair. I love students, chatting to you all and learning about what you're passionate about. I'm always happy to hear from you, so drop me a message or come find me in Dreadnought, I practically live there!

My projects

Decolonising the University

Disability History Month Exhibition

The Awarding Gap


How did you get involved in Greenwich Students' Union?

I got involved on my first day, being elected as a Programme Rep. After an amazing welcome fair I joined a bunch of Sports and Societies, eventually running a few myself as a committee member which is really fun and I totally recommend.

I was also a Faculty Officer for two years, representing students from FLAS, and a Curriculum Consultant working on diversifying the ways we study. Finally, I ran in the elections for this role representing you!

Some people say I've done it all, I'd encourage any student to try something new, and take the opportunities outside of their course to have fun and do amazing things.


Tell us about your course at Greenwich?

I studied BA Criminology Extended, completing my degree in November 2020. I was in the first cohort of Extended students, so our foundation year was very experimental. We did modules from a range of disciplines, learning about topics such as computing, business, ethics, communications and more.

During my main degree, I learnt all about people, crime, and had many conversations about the systemic issues that we need to change. I was also fortunate enough to join the Inside Out module which involved us studying criminology within a prison, alongside 'Inside Students'. I chose this course as I have always had an interest in people, societies, and how we can do better.


What makes you #ProudToBeGRE?

I am proud of my involvement with GSU. Running in programme rep elections, and signing up to every society at welcome was the start of my journey to making an impact and enjoying university. I have been in a range of representative roles and have been a committee member for sports and societies, and through all this I have gained the most. For me a degree is useful, but the opportunities available through GSU are vital for developing as a person and becoming an active citizen.


How would your friends describe you in three words?

Empathetic, Creative, Self-Aware.

Ask me anything

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