Meet the JCR committee
This is your JCR committee! We’re here to represent you to College and the outside world. Each position has a specific responsibility, so if you need help or information just browse through below and get in touch with whoever suits your needs most. If you’re unsure, our President is always more than happy to help and point you in the right direction.
President – Scarlett Hughes
Hello everyone, I am Scarlett, a second year HSPS-er from Cornwall and I am very excited to be your JCR President for the coming year. If I am not on the water or in the library, I will likely be found trying to fix my prehistoric bike (somewhat unsuccessfully) or catching up with friends over coffee and a walk. Please do not hesitate to reach out to anyone on the Committee with any questions, concerns or suggestions. We are here to help make your experience of Churchill as best as possible and any ideas will always be very much appreciated
Vice President – Mischa McRae
Hello I’m Mischa, a second year PBSer. I love sports, art and travelling and can normally be found wandering around Churchill pretending I’m going to the library. Please feel free to approach (I promise I don’t bite) or email me at any time with questions, queries, suggestions. I speak on behalf of the whole JCR that we want to ensure you have the best Churchill experience!
Treasurer – Abhay Goel
Hi, my name is Abhay, I’m a 3rd year econ and the JCR Treasurer. I’m a keen cricket enjoyer and Arsenal fan too. Outside of sports, I enjoy theatre, and can badly play the drums and guitar. If you have any concerns, treasurer-related or not, you can find me destroying a baguette in the buttery, or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Men’s Officer – Reuben Carolan
Hi, I’m Reuben I am a second year Computer Scientist and the Men’s Welfare Officer. If there’s anything you need or just want to talk, don’t hesitate to reach out to me!
Women’s Officer – Poppy Latimer
Hi everyone my name is Poppy Latimer, I’m your Women’s Welfare officer for the JCR. I’m a second year HSPS student from South London. I hope to be a friendly face around college who you’ll feel comfortable coming to if you have any problems at all this year. I will deal with any issues efficiently and confidentially, guiding you to the best university and community resources. I’m involved in welfare schemes across colleges such as the SUs sexual health scheme which provides free sexual health supplies in the JCR pigeon hole. I’m also very open to any ideas you may have for the JCR or ways the college and university can support you better. Please please don’t hesitate to get in touch with me via the JCR welfare email address.
International Officer – Anna Yiu
Hi everyone! I’m Anna from Hong Kong and Korea. As international students, moving to a foreign country to study can be quite intimidating and overwhelming! My role as the International Officer is to help all international students to adjust to living and studying here in Cambridge ― if you have any questions, please reach out and I will always try my best to help! You can find me at email@example.com, or @_annayiu on Instagram. I look forward to meeting everyone in September 😀
LGBTQ+ Officer – Cee Haslam
I’m Cee (she/her), a third year Chemistry student and your LGBTQ+ officer. Apart from doing my degree, I enjoy a good bop, buying all the peanut butter kitkats from the buttery, dying (or wrecking) my hair, watching Drag Race, and counting how many holes I’ve accumulated in my lab coat. Along with Al, I’ll be organising LGBTQ+ socials, keeping up the tradition of LGBTea (though you’ll never ever see me drink any…) and generally celebrating the queer joy around college! However stressed I may look, I am always down for a chat so please come and say hi ◡̈
BAME Officer – Kiran Patel
Hey, I’m Kiran and I study Natural Sciences (Physics) at Churchill. I’m the JCR BAME (Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic) Officer this year, so am the first port of call for any related issues, ideas or concerns. My role includes organising events for the college’s BAME community, representing our community at BAME Forums run by the Students’ Union, and, ensuring that Churchill is warm and welcoming for all its BAME students. I’m here to help, so feel free to message me with anything BAME-related, whether it’s a suggestion for a BAME event or something serious.
Mental Health Officer – Thea Redmill
Hi everyone !! I’m Thea (she / her), a second year historian from the South Coast. I love being outdoors (especially on my beloved hometown beach), going to concerts and anything with leopard print on! As your mental health officer I really want to help students enjoy life at Cambridge outside of the really intense bubble that we can fall into and be a friendly face that anyone can come to, keep your eyes peeled for welfare events and never hesitate to get in touch ! Lots of love xx
Disabilities Officer – Lucy Underwood
I’m Lucy, a second year bio natsci. When I’m not in a lab or a library, I’ll be rowing or getting involved in music. Branching out and exploring the many walks around Cambridge is a great way to unwind and relax and is also one of my favourite things to do because you never know what new place you’ll discover.
Trans & Non-Binary Officer – Morgan Tomlins
Equal Opportunities Officer – Duaa Elfaki
Hi everyone, I’m Duaa (Yes, like Dua Lipa but more mentally unstable). I’m a 2nd year engineer and I’m your Equal Opportunities co-officer. My role is to represent everyone from different backgrounds, especially the minorities, in both the JCR and the Equality, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) meetings in terms of finances, social aspects and more. I want to help everyone find a place where they belong here, so feel free to reach me out on firstname.lastname@example.org if you need advice or even a little moral boost from someone who’s been through it all in first year🥰
Equal Opportunities Officer – Nihar Lohan
Hi! I’m Nihar, the other half of the equal opportunities role with Duaa, and also a 2nd year Engineer. Our role is to foster an environment where inclusivity, diversity and equality are at the centre of decisions made by the JCR and the college. Please feel free to get in touch with feedback, queries, questions, concerns or anything else! Duaa and I are always around…often at the buttery doing last-minute work, and more than happy to have a chat🙂
Ents Officer – Nuala Bamforth
My name is Nuala, I’m a second year MML student and I’m one of your 3 ents officers for this year. I’m from southwest London and my favourite things to do include going out with friends, shopping and brunch!!
Ents Officer – Sophia Harley
Hey I’m Sophia, one of the Ents officers for this year. I’m SO looking forwards to curating some exceptionally fun events for my fellow Churchillians. There’ll be events for everybody – please don’t hesitate to join in the fun!
Ents Officer – Elysia Aves
My name is Elysia, I am a second year Bio NatSci and I am one of this year’s ‘ents officers. I hope to create many fun events for everyone to enjoy over the year, giving all Churchill students plenty of opportunities to unwind from the stresses of term time!
Green Officer – David McIntosh
Hi, I’m David, one of the green officers! I study computer science, and I’m a cox for the rowing team. I also like karaoke, squash, roller-skating, reading, murder, journalism, playing piano, table tennis and charity shopping, and only one of those was a lie! If you ever need me, look to the trees and I will be waiting.
Green Officer – Pasha Taylor
Hello everyone, I am Pasha, one of the JCR Green Officers. I am studying Geography and have a real passion in promoting and enhancing the sustainable credentials of Churchill College. Upon coming to Cambridge, I was intimidated by the prestige of the university and was nervous that I would fail to follow the surplus rules and regulations implemented by colleges, such as wearing a gown and not walking on the grass! The nice thing about Churchill is that you are welcomed with open arms and not confronted with many of these strict regulations or traditions. Rather, the college is forward thinking and seeks to embrace individuals as they are and for what they chose to do. I hope you take this for comfort – try not to worry and before you know it you will find you place and your people here. Best of luck!
Access & Education Officer – Sarannia Ragula
Hi! I’m Sarannia, a second-year medic from London. I’m very excited to be one of your JCR Access and Education Officers- something I’m really passionate about. I spend some of my free time working with external companies to help school students with their med school applications. I also enjoy playing badminton for the college women’s team (if you’re interested do get in touch). And finally, as you can probably tell from my photo, I absolutely love dogs (cue my friends rolling their eyes right about now) and I love love love showing pictures of my adorable Maltese Terrier and talking about all things dog! Anyways, I’m always up for a chat or a quick coffee catch-up in the buttery so please come say hi or reach out if you ever want to talk 🙂
Access & Education Officer – Joshua Sebastine
I’m Josh, a second year medic. I enjoy playing the piano and going to the gym. I am one of the access and education officers. Feel free to contact me if you have any questions about getting involved in open days or about medicine.
Class Act Officer- Anesu O’Mard
Hi everyone, I’m Anesu! I am going into my third year of studying Chemical Engineering. In my spare time, I love taking landscape photography and have been a member of Cambridge Concert Band since I was a fresher playing the flute. As the Churchill JCR Class Act Officer, I’m here to represent, support and be a friendly face for the undergraduates at Churchill who have come from a disadvantaged socio-economic, educational or cultural background. Please feel free to email me if you have any questions, issues or suggestions to support the Class Act community at Churchill.
Facilities Officer – James Arnold
Hi everyone, I’m James, a second year mathmo and I am the new JCR Facilities Officer for this year. If you have any problems please email me.
Computing Officer – Robert Woodland
Hi, I’m Robert, the JCR Computing Officer. I’m a second year CompSci, and my job on the JCR committee primarily involves moderating the mailing list and maintaining the JCR website. In my spare(ish) time I enjoy playing music, spending time with friends, and doing sound engineering for theatre productions and music events. I play Alto and Soprano Saxophones, and I am also on the committees for UCCB (Concert Band) and CICCU (Christian Union). I have also done some rowing (when in Cambridge…), and played badminton and tennis. I love the grounds and facilities at Churchill, and the fact everyone stays on site through their whole degree.