Focus for 2022

My focus this year is to:

  • Create a sense of community and help students find a place where they are comfortable to freely express themselves
  • Celebrate achievements of those who identify as women, and bring light to the inequalities presented before them
  • Promote mental health and self-care; help students prioritise themselves
  • Help students feel confident and empowered

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What does this role do?

Represent women and non-binary people and communicate to the university on behalf of them.

  • Manage emails from women@guild.curtin.edu.au
  • Bringing a voice specifically for the community on university committees and other relevant meetings
  • Prepare a report for Representation Board each month
  • Facilitating events for the community
  • Managing the social media accounts
  • Being aware of issues relevant to the rights of women and non-binary people 
  • Creating initiatives or campaigns

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About Salwa

I’m a second-year psychology student and in my spare time, I study AUSLAN at TAFE. Last year, I joined the Guild out of curiosity and looking for community and to create change. This year I hope to pursue that, inspire and empower those who identify as women or non-binary. I am passionate about creating a sense of comfort and community throughout Curtin, also spreading awareness of issues regarding inequalities and celebrating Women and their achievements. A place for education should be a place where all students should feel free to explore themselves, express who they are and feel comfortable.
 

Women's Department Collective Members

This collective is responsible for promoting and assisting in educational, welfare and social activities for all women and non-binary 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.


Women's Officer

Salwa Kilzi
Pronouns: She/Her


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Veronika Gobba

 


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Olivia Kay Williams

 


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Aleena Shaji

 


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Syn Stirling

 


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Sarah Ong

 


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Imari Morris

 


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Tara Comer

 


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Saba Mehdi

 


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Bayan Bean Alfosail

 


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Piper Williams

 

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