Focus for 2022

My focus this year is to:

  • Be a fierce advocate for queer students
  • Successfully establish and run the Queer Collective
  • Run awesome events for the community

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What does this role do?

The Queer Officer provides advocacy and support for all LGBTQIA+ students across campus, including organising social events and being a voice for queer students in meetings and committees at various levels across campus.

  • Responding to enquiries from students and staff through email and social media.
  • Representing the interests of LGBTQIA+ students at Curtin.
  • Organising social events and activities for the Queer Department.
  • Managing the QD social media accounts and communicate relevant information to students.
  • Attending various meetings with different groups across campus.
  • Prepare a report for Representation Board each month

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About Cassidy

I am studying a Bachelor of Communications and I am passionate about working within my community to ensure they feel supported and engaged. I am also a Guild Councillor and last year I was the Women's Officer for 2021.

 

Queer Department Collective Members

This collective is responsible for promoting and assisting in educational, welfare and social activities for all all LGBTQIA+ students.

Collective Members allow the Equity Departments to facilitate more frequent activities and events, expand the representation of marginalised students, and give more students from equity backgrounds the opportunity to participate in decision making and spaces.


Queer Officer

Cassidy Pemberton
Pronouns: She/Her, They/Them


Collective Member

Imari Morris

 


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Syn Stirling

 


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Elisha Rose Gray

 


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Olivia Kay Williams

 


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Elli Declan Hayward

 


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Bayan Bean Alfosail

 


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Jade Nova Sobieralksi

 


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Agnes Botman

 


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Tara Comer

 


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Taylor Wray Reudavey

 

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