“Molly is the voice for student wellbeing and liberation”
Her role focuses on making sure our students are as happy and healthy as possible
Twitter: @WOAberSU | E-mail: email@example.com
Hey there guys, gals and non-binary pals! My name’s Molly-Jean and I’m your Wellbeing Officer again this year! I’m so excited to have the opportunity to do this fantastic job once again and I promise I won’t let you down!
I studied Drama the Theatre and graduated last year somehow and I couldn’t have coped through my time at Aber without my SU family. I was part of Curtain Call for the past 3 years and Tarannau Cheer for the last two and I love every minute of student life. From staying up til 5 to walk up consti, to dipping my toes in the sea on a warm day. From my birthday always falling in Fresher’s Week to quiet nights in with friends. Aber really is special and with this year being my fifth year in Aber it’s no different. I am extremely excited to be spending another year representing the students of Aberystwyth who, in my humble opinion, are some of the best students in the UK.
So this year I’ll be continuing much of the stuff I did last year, improving and shaping the campaigns I felt really strongly about. I’ll deffo be carrying on with Vagina Monologues so watch out for that next year and I will be trying my hardest to make sure you leave Aber as happy and healthy as possible at the end of your year!
About the Role:
The Wellbeing officer is responsible for:
- Representing the student body on matters relating to wellbeing, including student support, welfare, equality and diversity.
- Co-ordinating activity and campaigns relating to student wellbeing.
- Informing policy within the University and Students’ Union on matters relating to student wellbeing.
- Supporting and developing a network of students on wellbeing matters by chairing the Wellbeing Zone.
- Working with the Chief Executive Officers and AUSU’s senior management team to achieve and shape strategic aims and outcomes.
- Attending appropriate University Committees.
- Attending regular meetings with relevant University departments to further the development of student wellbeing.