What is your initial response to being elected as Honorary Treasurer for 2018?
I am so thrilled to have been elected as Treasurer for 2018. It was very humbling to know that my peers considered me best for the job and I am chuffed to have been given the opportunity to help lead the College in 2018.
What are you most looking forward to in the role?
I am absolutely honoured to have been put in a position where I can help to shape the future of the College and I cannot wait to get the ball rolling next year. I am really excited to be in a team alongside some of the best men and women that I’ve ever met – the House Committee will have an incredible dynamic and I’m excited to see what we make of the year.
What are you studying?
I am studying Commerce Liberal Studies at Sydney University with majors in Accounting, Computer Science and History.
Some of your achievements since you came here?
The achievement that I am proudest of during my time at St Andrew’s (so far) was being chosen to organise the St Andrew’s College Children’s Camp for 2017. Our committee has been working toward putting on the annual camp for children with disabilities at the end of the year and I can’t wait to see how it turns out.
Your best memory of your time here so far?
Being a part of a community that supports each other so much is a pretty rare thing. St Andrew’s really is like no other place. Some of the best memories I have are the simple ones, just hanging out in someone’s room, on the Glen or in the Dining Hall. Being in a place where you only have to walk a few metres to find someone that is keen for a chat and to make your day a little bit better is what I cherish about this place.