Focus for 2023

My focus this year is to:

  • Advocating for better opportunities for women and Non-Binary people in the university. 
  • Promoting increased communication and collaboration within the Women’s Department. 
  • Supporting and empowering women and Non-Binary people to focus and grow their passions and likes. 
  • Representing students to the best of my ability and making sure changes are made in accordance with the student voice. 

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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 Aleena

Hello! I’m Aleena and I’m your Women’s Officer for 2023! I’m a Bachelor of Commerce and Arts student, majoring in Accounting and Theatre Arts. I have previously held the position of First Year Engineering (clearly that didn’t go well!) Rep and have been part of the Women’s collective for the past year. I’m really passionate about representing students and making sure students’ voices are heard as well as fighting for women’s rights and gender equality, hence why I’m here. I really want to make a change this year so please reach out whenever you need, whether that be something casual or anything I can help you out with.

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

Aleena Shaji
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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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