Your 2020 MAWSA Executive Candidates

Bonnie Taylor
CoCa Candidate

Hey! I’m Bonnie, a second year CMP student who studies game design. I want to make more collaboration between the degrees and will see that happen as the CoCA executive. In this age of great tech advancements, it will be great for us all to make the most of what Massey has to offer. I will do my best to make opportunities such as work internships or the great resources Massey offers more accessible and common knowledge. That way everyone can get equal chance at getting some great experience!

Cathal Dickson
CoCa Candidate

Kia Ora! My name is Cathal and I’m in my second year of Commercial Music here at Massey. I want to be your CoCA Exec for 2020 because I want to be your homie! I’d love to have a good yarn with you to support and encourage you with your study, goals or anything at all and as your CoCA Exec that puts me in a position to do so and make Massey an even better environment for you to be in. Vote for me and I’ll see you around!

Elizabeth Hodgson
CoCa Candidate

My name is Elizabeth Hodgson, I’m from the sunny Bay of Plenty and in my first year of CMP. I’m applying for the CoCA position because I have a passion for the arts. I’m excited for being given the opportunity to support and represent fellow CoCA students, as well as getting involved in all aspects of university life.I enjoyed my time on my college executive as deputy head girl and feel I could bring this experience into this new role. As your representative, I’d bring diligence, perseverance and positivity as well as making sure everyone’s voices are heard.

Dayoon Song
CoCa Candidate
Liam Davies
Engagement Candidate

Hi all, I’m Liam, and I want to be your Engagement Vice President. You might be wondering, have I seen this walking talking road cone around campus? The answer is probably yes! This road cone, given your vote, will boost clubs, boost MAWSA’s Facebook and Instagram, organise cool events and eat more hot wings. But that isn’t all. I will also build quality relationships between staff and students. Recently, students have found it difficult to create meaningful change when it comes to important decisions made – without our consultation – and I want to put MAWSA and the student body in a better position to advocate effectively and have our voice heard!

Key Dates:

Candidate Forum: 11 March, 11:30am-1:30pm

Voting: March 13, 9am – March 18, 4pm

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