Focus for 2023

My focus this year is to:

  • Ensure students aren’t misgendered or deadnamed by Curtin systems – especially after having gone through the process of changing their name already
  • Evaluate and reform the Curtin Ally system 
  • Maintain and continue to grown the vibrant queer community on campus 
  • Ensuring all queer students know that they will be heard when coming forward with any issues that they are facing. 

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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 Imari

Hey everyone, I’m an International Relations student who got involved in the Guild to make studying at Curtin an enjoyable experience for all students. Overall I am passionate about making sure everyone who comes on campus are able to be seen and respected as themselves – both in and out of classes. I want to make sure that all LGBTQ+ students know that they are able to be heard and that they don’t have to accept being deadnamed and misgendered by people and/or systems at Curtin.

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