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White Resigns From Exec Position

June 12, 2014 · Harry Cunningham

Natasha White, the Vice-President elect for Welfare and Diversity, has resigned with immediate effect, leaving a vacancy for the 2014/15 year.

It is understood that White has signed a contract for another job and so will be unable to take up the £16,000+ a year post representing the students of Loughborough.

Interviews are to be held next week to find a successor for Izzy Ford, the current Welfare and Diversity VP, who is due to finish her one year contract with the union in July.

In an e-mail seen by The Epinal, Josh Hurrell said: “If you are still looking for a grad job or a placement year then I have some exciting news for you”!

He added:

“Natasha was offered a job with a company that will be able to progress her career in the industry she wants to work in. In such a competitive jobs market we encourage all graduates to do what is best for their personal and career goals. Obviously we would have loved Natasha to be on the executive team next year, but we wish her all the best in her future”.

The closing date for applications is Friday June 20 and interviews are being held on June 24. An announcement can be expected shortly afterwards.

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White at the start of campaign week.


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  • Ezra warren

    Surely the role should be given to George Bollands – who was a very close runner-up in the elections, and campaigned brilliantly.

  • Graduate

    It should either go to George or voting should be reopened so students can revote on the two candidates who actually campaigned.