STUDENT REPRESENTATIVES 2022

The Guild is made of students elected to be your Guild Executive, Faculty Representatives, Equity Department Officers and Guild Councillors.

Got a question? Email hello@guild.curtin.edu.au and our team will put you in touch with the right person!
Explore the history of previous Guild representatives here.


Guild Executive

Don't be a stranger, get in touch with your representatives!  They sit on a wide variety of boards and committees to represent student issues, run campaigns and provide a liaison between the University and the student body. 

Dylan Botica


President

president@guild.curtin.edu.au

Dylan Botica
Pronouns: He/Him

February Metcalf


VP - Activities

activitiesvp@guild.curtin.edu.au

February Metcalf
Pronouns: They/Them

Madison Ainsworth


VP - Education

educationvp@guild.curtin.edu.au

Madison Ainsworth
Pronouns: She/Her

Dylan Botica


Secretary

secretary@guild.curtin.edu.au

Theodora Rohl
Pronouns: She/Her


Faculty Representatives

Every year, one student from each faculty is elected to represent you on university committees, respond to student questions and concerns, run campaigns regarding issues and initiatives relevant to your faculty.

They're always happy to hear from you, so don't hesitate to get in touch for support and information.

Adam Reader


Humanities

humanities@guild.curtin.edu.au

Adam Reader
Pronouns: He/Him, They/Them

Jasmyne Tweed


Business & Law

business@guild.curtin.edu.au

Jasmyne Tweed 
Pronouns: She/Her

Rachel Taylor


Science & Engineering

sci-eng@guild.curtin.edu.au

Rachel Taylor
Pronouns: She/Her

Amber Hilston


Health Sciences

health@guild.curtin.edu.au

Amber Hilston
Pronouns: She/Her


Equity Departments

The Guild's Equity Departments are here to represent students and make Curtin a safe space for everyone. 

The Equity Space is here for you to use! We have rooms for the QueerWomen’sAccessibility and First Nations Equity Departments on the ground level of the Guild (Building 106F). All students entering the Equity Space agree to adhere to the Safer Spaces Agreement.

Cassidy Pemberton


Queer

qd@guild.curtin.edu.au

Cassidy Pemberton
Pronouns: She/Her, They/Them

Salwa Kilzi


Women

women@guild.curtin.edu.au

Salwa Kilzi
Pronouns: She/Her

Rey Nairn


Accessibility

accessibility@guild.curtin.edu.au

Rey Nairn
Pronouns: They/Them


First Nations

first.nations@guild.curtin.edu.au

Position Vacant
 

Sofia González Torres


International

isc.president@guild.curtin.edu.au

Sofia González Torres
Pronouns: She/Her

Hameed Mohammad


Postgraduate

psc.president@guild.curtin.edu.au

Hameed Mohammad
Pronouns: He/Him


Guild Councillors

Guild Council is the highest governing body of the Guild.

We discuss finance and governance, ensure that reps are fulfilling their roles, monitor the progress of Guild sub-committees and discuss wider student issues and the actions we need to take to address them. We ensure that the Guild is functioning as it should, in order to deliver the best outcomes to students.

Other representatives that attend Guild Council include: Guild President, Vice President - EducationVice President - Activities and Secretary.

Yie Xin Cheong


Chair of Guild Council

Yie Xin Cheong
Pronouns: She/Her

Hameed Mohammed


Deputy Chair

Hameed Mohammad
Pronouns: He/Him

Dylan Botica


Guild Councillor

Dylan Botica
Pronouns: He/Him


Guild Councillor

Harry Brooking
Pronouns: He/Him


Guild Councillor

February
Pronouns: They/Them

Theodora Rohl


Guild Councillor

Theodora Rohl
Pronouns: She/Her

Sophie Scott


Guild Councillor

Sophie Scott
Pronouns: She/Her

Rachel Taylor


Guild Councillor

Rachel Taylor
Pronouns: She/Her

Joshua Cooper


Guild Councillor

Joshua Cooper
Pronouns: He/Him

Athina Hilman


Guild Councillor

Athina Hilman
Pronouns: She/Her

Adam Reader


Guild Councillor

Adam Reader
Pronouns: He/Him

Cassidy Pemberton


Guild Councillor

Cassidy Pemberton
Pronouns: She/Her, They/Them


Representation Board Members

Representation Board is here to discuss issues that matter and fight for you. From ensuring you receive a high quality, affordable education, running campaigns and keeping your officers accountable.

The Chair of the Representation Board is elected by the voting members of the Representation Board and also becomes a member of Guild Council.

Other representatives that are invited to attend Representation Board include: Guild Executive, Equity Department Officers and WASM President.

Jasmyne Tweed


Chair of Representation Board

Jasmyne Tweed
Pronouns: She/Her

Marcus Furnihough


Ordinary Reps Board Member

Marcus Furnihough
Pronouns: He/Him

Elizabeth Powell


Ordinary Reps Board Member

Elizabeth Powell
Pronouns: She/Her

Sophie Scott


Ordinary Reps Board Member

Sophie Scott
Pronouns: She/Her

Gabbi Marsh


Ordinary Reps Board Member

Gabbi Marsh
Pronouns: She/Her

Zoe Wing


Ordinary Reps Board Member

Zoe Wing
Pronouns: She/Her


First Year Committee Members

These committee members represent first year students at current to improve their experiences at Curtin!


Business and Law Rep

Samantha Shillington
 


Business and Law Rep

Ai Leng Lee
 


Engineering Rep

Zhongzheng Max Zhang
 


Engineering Rep

Aleena Shaji
 


Science Rep

Jessica Sarich
 


Science Rep

Zoe Christina Rose
 


Health Sciences Rep

Vienna Spencer-Jones
 


Health Sciences Rep

Tara Comer
 


Humanities Rep

Arthus Rivis
 


Humanities Rep

Suzanne Rodrigues