Imperial College Union has eight Liberation & Community Officers who each represent students within their Liberation & Community Zones. Liberation & Community Officers are volunteers elected by the student body in our Leadership Elections. You can contact your Liberation & Community Officers below and find out more about what they do!
The term liberation is defined as the seeking of equal status and freedom from all forms of oppression. Historic liberation movements such as civil rights, gay liberation fronts, women's liberation and disability rights campaigns help make our society more inclusive and diverse. Liberation groups today continue to challenge public misunderstanding and social injustices in today's society.
Support for your identity
Connect with our officers whether you self-identify with the group, are an ally to the group or are interested in the issues our officers work on.
By joining any group/s below, you can stay connected and receive emails about events and activities!
Our Liberation officers challenge social injustices and represent marginalised groups to make Imperial more inclusive and diverse.
- BME Officer – email@example.com
- Disabilities Officer – firstname.lastname@example.org
- Gender Equality Officer – email@example.com
- LGBT+ Officer – firstname.lastname@example.org
Our Community officers are representatives at Imperial for students whose experiences are not understood, with the goal of making Imperial more inclusive and diverse.
- International Officer – email@example.com
- Interfaith Officer – firstname.lastname@example.org
- Mental Health Officer – email@example.com
- Ethics & Environment Officer – firstname.lastname@example.org
Our Liberation & Community Officers
Deborah AdegokeBlack & Minority Ethnic Officer
Not yet electedGender Equality Officer
Not yet electedDisabilities Officer
Francesca SiracusaEthics and Environment Officer
Amna AhmedInterfaith Officer
Not yet electedInternational Officer
Freya Hepworth LloydLGBT+ Officer
Ambika BharadwajMental Health Officer