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Get to know your Stafford College Gender Equality Officer

Let’s get to know the NSCG Students' Union (SU) Team for 2023/24! Read on to find out more about what your new officers want to achieve in their roles this year and discover a few fun facts about them too…

Name: Eloise Mannion

Role: Gender Equality Officer at Stafford College

Studying: A Level Art Photography and Film Studies

Former school: Sir Graham Balfour


Why did you run for the position?

I’m aware of issues concerning gender and how those can affect a person, so I want to be able to be a person to go to to change or help issues surrounding this.

What would you like to achieve during your post?

I would like to create a more equal community in and around college, giving people advice on matters and helping out where I can to keep us all happy and healthy. 

What make you passionate about this position?

I enjoy the idea of helping where I can and I want College to be a place we can all safely discuss any issues so if I can be the person to help create that, that's great.

What are you looking forward to over the next 12 months?

I'm really looking forward to both my subjects and how the role will shape me as a person. I hope I will help people and myself in the process.

What’s your favourite thing about studying at NSCG?

I love all of the communal spaces where I can sit with my friends to relax and study.

Tell us a random/interesting fact about yourself.

I wear fluffy socks no matter the weather.

What 5 words would your friends use to describe you?

Enthusiastic, positive, problem-solver, cooperative, hardworking

What are your hobbies/interests?

Photography and making cyanotype.

What’s your favourite NSCG hangout?

My favourite would have to be the IC building 1st floor.

What are you listening to at the moment?

My favourite at the moment is Rock Lobster by the B-52s but it's always changing and is never consistent.