ICSMSU: Welfare Vice Chair - Wellbeing Representatives


Devangi Vyas

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Candy Lin

My name is Candy Lin, and I aspire to become your next Welfare Vice Chair Wellbeing Representative. I am currently a first year medical student and I strongly believe that my manifesto will lead to meaningful changes within Imperial College School of Medicine. First and foremost, I would like to promote safeguarding, diversity and inclusion by raising awareness and educating students with the current policies. I woul ...

Ketevani Asatiani-Kalandaze

Most of us at medical school will at some point face a welfare issue and not know what to do or where to go. I am passionate about advocating for different resources and greater awareness to make sure that when we need it, there is always help available. I especially think it’s important that student concerns are heard so that help is tailored to the needs of the majority so I hope that my active role in studen ...

Kapenajah Sribaskaran

Hello, I’m Kapenajah a fourth year medic doing my BSc in bioengineering. I’ll be running for Welfare Vice-Chair – wellbeing representative. Medical school can be tough and it can take a toll on your both your physical and mental health. I’m very passionate about wellbeing and want to ensure that you have the best time possible at Imperial. Whether it’s faster access to well-being or pro ...