Anusha Ashok and Ollie Barnard (email us or contact us via our website)
CRSids: aa2004 and ojrb2
Hey, we’re Ollie & Anusha your JCR Co-Presidents for 2019. We’re second years studying Engineering and Maths. As Co-Presidents we lead the JCR Committee and act as the key link between students and College. We sit on committees such as CUSU Council and College Council to ensure that your opinions are conveyed to the right people to improve your John’s experience. Alongside our fantastic committee we’re working to make John’s the most exciting, most supportive and most enjoyable it can be for us as students, so if you have any suggestions please feel free to get in touch by email, or even just chat to us if you see us around college or in the buttery!
Nina Newhouse (email me or contact me via our website)
Hey, I’m Nina, second year Geographer and your Vice Pres for this year! I’m also involved with the Cambridge International Development society, college netball and lacrosse, and am helping to organise a climate change forum this term. Being VP means I’m in charge of the JCR constitution, chair the open meetings we hold and more generally support the Presidents in what they do. I’m also in charge of Fresher’s Week, so if you ever feel a bit lost or confused during Fresher’s Week, or at any point during the year, I’m your first call. In the meantime, if you’ve got any questions or suggestions, please feel free to email me!
Academic Affairs and Careers
Dani Vijayakumar (email me or contact me via our website)
Hey I’m Dani and I’m the Academic Affairs and Careers Officer. I’m a first year economics student, as well as being one of the college’s Pink Week reps and Marshall society president this year. I’m in charge of all matters related to academic life and careers. I’m looking forward to providing a friendly and supportive academic environment in St John’s and helping you discover the careers industries you’d like to work in!
Hi! I’m Imy, a first year medic and your JCR Access Officer. I am also involved in the Cambridge WAMS (widening access to medical school) society and college rowing. My role is to continue the great work of Leia in ensuring John’s is accessible for everyone, regardless of background. This includes working on the CUSU shadowing scheme, the alternative prospectus and getting John’s students involved in access work. Check out the JCR Access webpage for more information. If you have any concerns or ideas, or want to get involved in any access programmes, please get in touch!
Click here to find out more about the work we do at John’s.
Jonathan Carter (email me or contact me via our website)
Hey everyone! I’m Jonathan, your JCR Computing Officer for this year. I’m a third year studying engineering and also Vice-Captain of the college 1st XI football team. As computing officer, I manage the JCR website and help out with any of the technical aspects of the JCR. I also act as a connection between the student body and the IT department to ensure that improvements students feel are important are acted upon. If you have suggestions on how the JCR could use technology to better your experience in college I’d love to know; whether it be something on the website, the Facebook page, or anything in between. Please feel free to email me with any questions!
Lawrence Tray – (email me)
Hi there, I’m Lawrence, your ents officer for 2019. I’m a second year engineer and enjoy playing football and mixed lacrosse for the college. My job is to organise the college Ents (aka Bops outside of Johnsbridge). These are parties held in college with amazing drinks deals, great tunes and even better people. We run about 3 a term and believe me you won’t want to miss a single one. In the summer term, we’ll be running a very special June Event as a post-exams celebration – more details to follow. Make sure to follow the Ents instagram for the latest updates: stjohnsents. Remember, tripos can wait. SouvEnt me souviEnt
Hello! I’m David (he/him), a first-year medical student, member of the St. John’s rugby team and now, the Equal Opportunities Officer for 2019. I’m greatly looking forward to continuing the hard work of last year’s Equal Opportunities Officer and her sub-committee, ensuring St. John’s is an equal, inclusive and friendly community, that is proud to celebrate the diversity of its student body. This could not be achieved without the help of the BME, LGBT+, International, Women’s, Mental Health and Disabilities officers and the rest of the JCR committee, as well as the potential for collaboration with other colleges to organise speaker events, casual meet ups and Halls for minority groups. Ultimately, we would like you to be rest assured that we will work hard to ensure that everyone really feels like St. John’s truly is a home away from home. However, for this to truly be achieved I’d like to welcome anyone with any concerns or new and interesting ideas to get in touch with me either by email (dq220), or feel free to have a chat if you see me around.
Ethical and Charitable Affairs
Anna Stevenson (email me or contact me via our website)
Hi, I’m Anna, your Ethical and Charitable Affairs officer this year. I’m a first year medic and am involved in college mixed lacrosse and swimming. My job is to make the college more environmentally friendly and raise as much money as possible for charity. Please get in touch if you have any ideas about how to do this or want to run an event for charity!
Tim d’Aboville (email me or contact me via our website)
Hey there! I’m Tim, a footballer in John’s 1st XI and Social Sec for the PuntSoc who studies HisPol. More importantly though, I’m your JCR Facilities Officer for the year! My role is to ensure that the various facilities around college (Bar, Buttery, Gyms, Laundry…) are not only operational but constantly improved! While I regularly use them myself, I would truly appreciate to have any feedback regarding the college facilities to ensure they always suit your needs. For this, feel free to drop me an email or use the newly implemented online feedback system! See you around!
We have loads of extra information around the site which explains all the facilities you have at your disposal in our wonderful College. Be sure to take a look!
Hi, I’m Martin, a first year medic, and this year I’m your JCR Secretary, External Officer and Publicity Officer. My job is to assist the JCR’s work with admin, taking meeting minutes, and booking rooms. As External Officer, I represent your views at CUSU (Cambridge University Students’ Union) alongside the President every week and as Publicity Officer I also send out the weekly bulletin and help running the JCR social media accounts. Feel free to email me to raise any issues or suggestions that I can take to the JCR, college or CUSU.
Sports, Services and Societies
George Lodge (email me or contact me via our website)
Hey! I’m George, this year’s Sports, Services and Societies Officer. I’m a second year Linguistics student and I’m the John’s athletics captain, play rugby for John’s and I play in and am on the committee of the college Jazz Band. My role is to look after the JCR and to support all the college societies and sports teams with anything they might need, so please get in touch if you have any questions, comments or queries for me!
Nick Palmer (email me or contact me via our website)
Hi everyone! I’m Nick, a second year mathmo and your JCR treasurer for this year. My role is managing the JCR bank account and keeping everything running smoothly from a financial standpoint by making sure we stay within our budgets . If any of you have suggestions or queries about the budget, or more generally about the JCR and how it all works, feel free to find me around college or drop me an email.
Amara Mulliner (email us or contact me via our website)
Hi, I’m Amara, your female welfare officer this year. I’m a second year studying Economics, and play netball, hockey and cox for the college. I’m also part of the University Athletics team. My role is to keep College as happy and healthy as possible, running weekly drop in sessions, organising welfare events and providing anonymous sexual health supplies. If you have any worries or issues at all I’m always available for a chat and I am able to point you towards someone in the college’s support team if you require further help.
Alex Mercer (email us or contact me via our website)
Hi, I’m Alex and I’m your male welfare officer this year. I’m a first year studying Geography and I’m also part of the college football, lacrosse and volleyball teams. My aim is to ensure that all students are supported by organising welfare events, providing anonymous sexual health supplies, and running weekly drop in sessions. If you have any worries or issues at all I’m always available for a chat and I am able to point you towards someone in the college’s support team if you require further help.