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Disabilities Officer: Rahma Hussein
Rahma is a student at King’s College London reading History. She is also a speaker and activist, campaigning on issues relating to intersectional feminism, disability rights, women’s rights, migrant rights, religious freedoms and socialism. She has been elected as the Vice-President for Activities and Development for King’s College London Students’ Union (KCLSU) for 2017/18. She is also the Founder and Editor-in-Chief of I RISE Magazine, a women of colour & non-binary people of colour magazine (https://irisemag.wordpress.com/). In her free time she enjoys learning languages, travelling and dreaming of a world ruled by self-defining women.
LGBTQ+ Officer: Madison Miszewski
I’m a first year History BA student at King’s. I was born in the United States and have previously done work with the Gay, Lesbian, Straight, Education Network (GLSEN) and the Trevor Project. I’m especially interested in international politics and how marginalized peoples are able interact with them. In my free time I also love to play music, sing, and debate.
PoC Officer: Naomi Snow
Naomi is a first year Maths and Philosophy student studying at Kings. She is Gambian-British but was brought up in Kenya. She’s particularly interested in looking at Socio-Political issues in the context of Africa. Also loves art, swimming and afro-beat music.
Social Mobility and Class Officer: Hareem Ghani
Hareem Ghani is a third year history student at King’s as well as the National Women’s Officer for the National Union of Students (NUS). She has previously worked on anti-harassment campaigns, including It Stops Here. More recently she had been leading campaigns on harassment that focus specifically on the intersections of race, religion and gender.