Andy Heeps is a consultant obstetrician and gynaecologist at Barking, Havering and Redbridge University Hospitals NHS Trust where he is lead clinician for intrapartum care. He graduated from Imperial College London in 2003, and in 1997 was the first medical student to be elected President of Imperial College Union.
Ben is the Deputy President (Clubs & Societies) for the 15/16 academic session. Ben has just finished the third year of an Msci in Mathematics.
Chris, is the Deputy President (Finance & Services) for the 2015/16 academic session. He is a graduate with a MSci & ARCS degree in Chemistry.
Chun Yin (Cyin) is the current Deputy President (Education) for the 15/16 academic session.
Cyin has completed a Biomedical Sciences degree and has been an active member and sat on a number of committees across a number of societies including St John Links, Model United Nations and Australian Soc.
Jennie is currently the Deputy President (Welfare) for the 15/16 academic year.
Jill has led Marketing, Corporate Affairs and Communications across the public and private sector, including manufacturing, professional services, The British Library and in establishing and co-leading a new Regulator for the Health and Social Care sector.
Kate was Vice President, Executive and Organsiation Development for BP until 2006 during a time of major mergers and change.
Lucinda has just graduated as biologist and was RCSU Vice President (Activities) in her final year. During her time at Imperial, she has really enjoyed taking part in sport; playing for the IC Netball 3s team for her 3 years at Imperial.
Neil brings extensive strategic experience as a board director at Tesco and Sainsbury’s, combined with strong nonexecutive experience both in the private sector and as Chairman of the Institute of Grocery Distribution, a charity.
Richard started at Imperial as an undergraduate in 2008, gaining his MSci in Physics in 2012, and is currently doing a PhD in the Plasma Physics research group.
Serena is a fourth year physicist and was RCSU President in 14/15.
Zain has just completed his second year as a biomedical scientist. Whilst he was born in London, he only lived there for the first 7 years of his life before moving to Leicestershire where he currently lives.