Vice-President and Domestic Liaison Officer
If you have any questions or suggestions, or just want to know more about the role, feel free to drop me a line at email@example.com, or stop me in passing. I’m always happy to help!
We’re Becky and Liam and we’re your Welfare Reps for the next year! We work with trained peer supporters to run drop-in sessions where you can talk to someone confidentially about anything that’s bothering you- nothing is too big or too small. If you don’t want to speak to somebody in college we have a link with Lincoln where you can speak to a peer supporter there.
Every Sunday you’ll find us in the JCR running “Sunday Munch” where everyone is welcome to come down and enjoy plenty of free food in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere.We are also responsible for sexual health issues in college. As part of this role we confidentially provide condoms, lube and pregnancy tests to the JCR. If you need any of these you can either press the condom button on the JCR website or drop us an email.
Please don’t hesitate to be in touch with any concerns, queries or even if you just want a chat.
It’s my job to represent the interests of lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans* and queer or questioning people at Catz and look after them welfare wise too. Catz is an awesome place to be LGBTQ but when things are a bit tough, I’m always around with biscuits for a discreet and confidential chat.
I also preside over a stash of condoms and lubricant, which you are always just an email away from.
Organising social events is the other half of my role. Whether it’s crew dates with other colleges to meet new people or movie nights in the JCR, I’ll make sure LGBTQ life in Catz is really fun and always inclusive!
So, in the immortal words of the last two LGBTQ Reps, please never hesitate to get in touch if you have any ‘queeries’…
Go to LGBTQ links
Charities, Environment and Ethics Rep
Equal Opportunities Rep
I’m also organising the Catz Equal Opportunities Lecture, so if you have any suggestions on who you would like me to invite to college to speak, I’d love to hear from you.