This year, the LSE Volunteer Centre was fortunate enough to receive nominations for 33 students for the LSE Volunteer of the Year award. We’d like to take this opportunity to say a massive well done to all the nominees. You’re volunteering has been invaluable and your nomination is a recognition of your great efforts! Selecting a winner will therefore be challenging, as all nominees have done amazing work. We’ll announce the winner of the award at our celebratory ceremony on 26 April.

You can read about last year’s winner, Tazeen Dhanani on our blog. If you’re interested in volunteering, you can search for volunteering opportunities on CareerHub. We’re open all year so you can also email us at volunteer@lse.ac.uk or come and speak to us in person if you’d like personal advice.

2018 nominees (nominated by a student)

Name: Bethan Munt
Course: BSc in Government and Economics
Nominated by: Chloe Russell
Opportunity the student has been involved in: Student Volunteering Ambassador with the LSE Volunteer Centre and Fundraiser for Breast Cancer Now

Bethan, a fellow LSE volunteering ambassador has been an example to us all all year. An active member of the AU, Bethan combined her love of sport with her passion for volunteering. Bethan has actively fundraiser on campus for Breast Cancer Now as well as encouraged students to participate in a London to Paris Bike Ride for the charity. She additionally had been a fantastic volunteer ambassador, who was key in planning events during Student Volunteering Week and putting together our video to advertise it. Her attitude and love for volunteering is truly inspiring and infectious – thank you Bethan for all of your hard work!

Name: Millie Dessent
Course: BSc in International Relations
Nominated by: Joselene Katayama
Opportunity the student has been involved in: Save Food Project with LSESU FoodCycle

Millie has been collecting for SAVE FOOD Project since the start of the academic year and has only missed one session for completely valid reasons which I believe is a testament to her dedication. Millie has been collecting from GAIL’S Bakery, a gourmet bakery in Soho which we usually struggle to find volunteers for because of its distance from campus and it being a Friday night. However Millie and Rosie (at King’s) have been collecting and bringing back sometimes 3/4 huge bags of gourmet baked goods, by foot which has been duly noted by us at LSESU FoodCycle and those who come for food. They have been known as GAIL’s Girls and demanded for when they are running a little later than usual. I would like to thank Millie (and Rosie) for their dedication to the project and providing some of the highest quality goods we get at out daily collection and distribution project. I don’t think we would be able to collect from GAIL’s regularly if not. We at SAVE FOOD Project are very grateful.

Name: Alex Selway
Course: BSc in International Relations and History
Nominated by: Sarah Comiskey
Opportunity the student has been involved in: LSESU RAG

Freshers week, st johns ambulance, all the fundraising, health and social care, hes incredibly dedicated and puts time effort and money into care for other students. He looks after their health; both mental and physical, is a kind and generous being. Tried hard in freshers week to help foster bonds between new students. Organised socials as part of passfield committee. Founding member of lse quiz club which is an incredible new society.

Name: Carole Reniero
Course: BA in Social Anthropology
Nominated by: Yousef De Souza
Opportunity the student has been involved in: Head Coach with CoachBright and Student Volunteering Ambassador with the LSE Volunteer Centre

Carole began volunteering as a Coach with CoachBright during LT last year and stayed with the organisation this year as a Head Coach. In this role shes oversees a group of coaches assigned to a school where they meet 1-1 with pupils to help them to overcome difficulties and to achieve the best they can. I think Carole deserves to be LSE Volunteer of the Year because in her position as Head Coach she has consistently gone above and beyond the minimum to get involved with the organisation and work out how things can be improved. Carole often approaches the permanent staff to offer help with projects that are ongoing, and has volunteered to help select and train new coaches. Her advice has helped to improve the way that coaches are selected and trained. Coaching has also helped Carole to discover what it is she wants to do in life. Beyond her work as a coach, Carole is a Volunteering Ambassador, and recently helped to organise a speed volunteering event here at the LSE.

Name: Antonin Boissin
Course: BSc in Geography with Economics
Nominated by: Julia Lawson-Johns
Opportunity the student has been involved in: LSESU RAG

Through his roles as member of the trustee board, Athletics and Running captain, Tea Society president (and founder) and his countless contributions to LSESU RAG this year, Antonin is a highly deserving recipient of this award. Mostly noticeably, Antonin has contributed to the LSE through his dedication to making RAG Week 2017 such a great success. He volunteered dozens of hours to organise the 24 hour run which saw students from all over the school volunteer their time to run in aid of a worthwhile cause. In the same week, a sleep-deprived Antonin participated with other members of Athletics and Running in the RAG Squatathon competition, which saw him crowed a very worthy winner. Just hours later, Antonin hosted the prohibiton tea party event which helped raise over £700 for charity. Antonin’s great attitude, tireless dedication to volunteering and modesty makes him exceptionally deserving of this prize.

2018 nominees (nominated by an organisation)

Name: Jess Elms 
Course: BSc in Government and History
Nominated by: Chris Fairley
Organisation: Britain Has Class
Opportunity the student has been involved in: Co-Founder

As well as her work as LSESU’s (and Britain’s) first ever Social Mobility and Class Officer – a position that wouldn’t exist without her part in the voluntary campaign to set it up – Jess has been fundamental to the founding, growing and success of Britain Has Class. At only five months old and run exclusively by working class young people, Britain Has Class has already grown an expansive activist network, organised a national conference and held a sold-out parliamentary event. When even household names in the charity sector are struggling, it’d be entirely reasonable to write off a brand new, unorthodox campaign as a waste of time. Instead, Jess has devoted an immense amount of energy to helping Britain Has Class move forward – including co-running events, courting new funders and growing our network by attracting and supporting other working class young people in volunteering. We wouldn’t be the organisation we are without her, and can’t imagine someone more deserving of this award.

Name: Chris Seow 
Course: BSc in Politics and International Relations
Nominated by: Harriet Bradshaw-Smith
Organisation: ReachOut
Opportunity the student has been involved in: Volunteer Mentor

Chris began mentoring with ReachOut in October 2017 and has actively been involved at his project as well as other opportunities. Chris’s commitment to his project has been excellent, and it truly shows in his mentor/mentee relationship. At the project, Chris’s enthusiastic participation inspires the young people to get involved and try each activity with eagerness. Not only has Chris volunteered his time, but he has also written a blog piece for ReachOut about his experience volunteering. Chris is an exceptional mentor, and a great example for ReachOut’s young people, his fellow LSE students, and ReachOut mentors.

Name: Rinako Uenishi
Course: General Course
Nominated by: Laura Reynolds
Organisation: Coin Street Community Builders
Opportunity the student has been involved in: Family Sunday sessions (supporting families to get active) , Feel Good Saturdays (supporting a wellness session for older people) and office admin

Rinako has been an exceptional volunteer and made a big impact to the sessions at Coin Street through generously giving her time, kindness and expertise. Her dedication has been amazing and her friendly. positive attitude has improved the lives of everyone she has worked with. Rinako started off volunteering with the Family Sunday sessions, helping the session to grow into the lively and active sessions that they are now. She then started to support older people in the community through volunteering at the Feel Good Saturdays. In both sessions Rinako helps welcome participants, spends time really listening to and talking with them, as well as all of the practical support she provides in setting up and running the sessions. Rinako has also been a huge help in the office helping the team keep on top of our admin so that we have all of the information to track participants and measure the impact that we are having on the local community.

Name: Carole Reniero
Course: BA in Social Anthropology
Nominated by: Robin Chu
Organisation:  CoachBright
Opportunity the student has been involved in: Coach

Carole volunteered as a 1-1 academic coach to support a year 10 pupil last year. This academic year she took on the role as Head Coach and has successfully led 2 teams of coaches, each with 20 university student volunteers in. Carole is developing into a brilliant leader and her team last term won ‘Best Coaching Team’ at our Christmas awards ceremony due to their attendance and commitment to the programme. As a Head Coach, she is very organised and responsive to any queries her volunteers have, or indeed any that school staff have. She is a great ambassador. Carole has gone above and beyond this role by bringing new ideas to our recruitment and training of coaches. She has been invited to staff meetings to share her ideas around the selection of coaches, based on challenges she has faced with volunteers and how these could be better avoided. Carole is an invaluable member of our coach community and a volunteer who has added tremendous value to the organisation in her time with us.

Name: Kavya Menon
Course: MSc in Sociology
Nominated by: Olivia Darby
Organisation: Wonder Foundation 
Opportunity the student has been involved in: 

Kavya started volunteering with us last summer, leaving us in February to go into employment, but staying on as an advisor. Kavya has been a force of nature working on both Wonder’s Migrant Solidarity projects for young people, organising and facilitating workshops, developing policy ideas and leading a group of young people in sharing ideas and developing them into workable policy solutions. Part of this has included coordination of two conferences each welcoming almost 200 young people and expert panels. She has brought passion and drive to these projects, always looking for more to do and taking on greater responsibility with ease, inspiring us as a team, and many other young people. She has also conducted baseline research for us on our project in India, using her critical thinking skills to sort through complex ideas and great quantities of information.

Name: Ami Saji
Course: MPA in Social Impact
Nominated by: Olivia Darby
Organisation: Wonder Foundation 
Opportunity the student has been involved in: 

Ami Saji volunteered with Wonder for a year, finishing last November. Beyond volunteering, she has increased our capacity and taught us many things. She has worked on policy responses to consultations undertaken at Parliament and represented Wonder at meetings. Responses she wrote led to Wonder’s work being references in the APPG Social Integration report, Integration Not Demonisation, and in a House of Lords library briefing. She has led on Wonder’s second phase research on how best to support vulnerable female migrants who are trying to learn English in the UK. Her work has received praise from established experts in the field.

Name: Saskia Roberts
Course: BA in History
Nominated by: Blessing Emeribe
Organisation: Action Tutoring
Opportunity the student has been involved in: Tutor

Saskia was an excellent volunteer tutor during her time at St Stephen’s. She regularly prepared engaging tutoring sessions for her pupils by incorporating additional activities into her sessions, and her positive attitude created a supportive environment for pupils to ask questions and challenge themselves. By modelling punctuality and positivity to her pupils, Saskia had a real impact on her pupils’ confidence and her work has put them in an excellent position to succeed in their SATs.

Name: Vanessa Reid
Course: Master of Laws 
Nominated by: Blessing Emeribe
Organisation: Bar Pro Bono Unit
Opportunity the student has been involved in: Casework Volunteer Programme

Vanessa joined as a Casework Volunteer in September 2017. She helped us by taking enquiries and providing updates to vulnerable members of the public regarding free legal representation. She drafted case summaries and case allocation reports in order to match volunteer barristers with appropriate pro bono cases, and take on other administrative tasks as needed. Vanessa was particularly impressive due to her background as a Public Defender in California. Her manner on the telephone and her ability to stay calm under pressure was first class. When she applied to the Unit as Caseworker in September 2017, we were delighted and she has continued to impress us as a paid staff member.

Name: Valeria Vigilante
Course: MSc in European Studies
Nominated by: Roch Dunin-Wąsowicz
Organisation: Generation Brexit
Opportunity the student has been involved in: Facilitator

Valeria has been involved in Generation Brexit from day one. She was instrumental in the setup of the platform (www.generationbrexit.org) in June 2017 and has continued to volunteer her time to this student-engagement and policy-making project based at the LSE Europen Institute that gives young people a voice in the Brexit negotiations. Through her work, she has been a champion of the youth who had not been given a say in the Brexit vote. She excelled in community organising and knowledge exchange delivered by the project: allowing young people to have a say in the Brexit negotiations and on the future of UK-EU relations. She has been an amicable peer and an enthusiastic volunteer. Her contribution to Generation Brexit has been invaluable.

Name: Celia Frankel
Course: BSc in Economic History
Nominated by: Laurent Arnone
Organisation: Water Aid
Opportunity the student has been involved in: NGO-Corporate partnerships research

Celia volunteered with us for about 8 months. She supported WaterAid by developing thorough research projects that have helped to develop of new corporate partnerships.
Her ability to quickly understand research briefs and effectively communicate findings and analysis has been a fantastic asset to our team. Fast learner, she demonstrated her ability to take initiative and work with autonomy, as well as being comfortable in a fast-paced environment. She led on the development of a better CRM and data recording process that will have tremendous impact on the way we will manage and record data in the future. In addition, with her fresh and analytical look at our work, Celia shared her views and fed back on our current processes and approaches. This has led to considerable and long-lasting improvement in different areas, including the way we will manage volunteers in the future. I would definitively recommend her for the LSE Volunteer of the Year award!

Name: Kai Kee
Course: BSc in Accounting and Finance
Nominated by: Fabia Crole
Organisation: Future Frontiers
Opportunity the student has been involved in: Coach

Kai Kee has been volunteering with Future Frontiers at Compass School in Southwark. As a Careers Coach, Kai has worked with pupils from disadvantaged backgrounds to offer them personalised careers guidance and academic advice, with the aim to inspire those pupils and ignite a motivational force for them. Kai has really gone above and beyond with regards to his commitment to the programme – he always spends ample time preparing before the sessions, and the other coaches really looked to Kai for advice and help. This is reflected not just amongst his fellow coaches, but also through the pupils he coaches with. All of the pupils are very keen to work with Kai as he always listens to them and makes the sessions both enjoyable and productive. Kai had also been assigned one of the most difficult pupils in the entire year group of pupils at the school he was volunteering in. Through his patience and empathy, Kai was able to really connect with this student, with this student becoming confident in his career choices for the future and realising the value of school.

Name: Tom Denford
Course:  BSc in Economic History
Nominated by: Fabia Crole
Organisation: Future Frontiers
Opportunity the student has been involved in: Coach

Tom Denford has made a great contribution to the Future Frontiers programme this year. Tom started his Future Frontiers journey as a coach at Harris Academy St John’s Wood, where he worked with four pupils every week to help them realise their careers goals and academic potential. Having made a very positive impression on the organisation through his work as a coach, Tom was asked to stay on the following term and take on a position as a Lead Coach. As a Lead Coach, Tom oversaw a cohort of nine coaches delivering the careers coaching programme to thirty pupils. Often faced with difficult pupils, Tom’s patience and desire to see the programme succeed really contributed to the effectiveness of the programme as a whole.

Name: Brian Dikoff
Course: Master of Laws
Nominated by: Karl Karim Shuker
Organisation: Migrants Organise 
Opportunity the student has been involved in: Volunteer for the Legal Support Project

Brian has been an extremely dedicated volunteer to the legal support project at Migrants Organise. Migrants Organise is a platform where refugees and migrants organise for power, dignity and justice. As a law student Brian is very passionate about Human Rights issues and how they affect the day to day life of refugees and migrants. He has been working closely with our immigration barrister and has always gone the extra mile to secure the best outcome for our members. He has been very proactive and taken his own initiative in setting up the Migrants Mental Capacity Advocacy Programme. Brian identified that there is no effective mechanism to safeguard vulnerable adults who lack capacity in the immigration system. He came up with the idea to develop a litigation friend system to ensure that vulnerable adults can access legal representation. His brilliant organizational and interpersonal skills have been a huge asset to Migrants Organise and many refugees and migrants in the UK.

Name: Michelle Dyonisius
Course: BSc in International Relations
Nominated by: Helen Roberts
Organisation: IntoUniversity 
Opportunity the student has been involved in: Mentoring scheme

Michelle is an extremely dedicated volunteer who often goes above and beyond to support her mentee Ruth. Michelle has spent a significant amount of time building a fantastic relationship with Ruth and the pair meet most weeks, often choosing to meet for longer than the expected hour. Michelle is already very busy with her studies but always finds time to prioritise her mentoring which is valued by all IntoUniversity Lambeth staff -she has even found time to take Ruth to the Science Museum. It is a joy to have Michelle volunteer with us as Michelle and Ruth get along so well. The pair will often laugh together and have very productive sessions. Staff members have found that Ruth’s confidence and focus has significantly improved and we feel that this is largely due to Michelle’s support. Nominating Michelle has been an honour- Michelle has volunteered with IntoUniversity since January 2017 and this gives us the opportunity to thank her for all her hard work and dedication.

2018 nominees (nominated by an LSE staff member)

Name: Robbie Clark
Course: BSc in Economics
Nominated by: Dave Coles
Organisation: LSE WFC  
Opportunity the student has been involved in: Coach for LSE WFC

Robbie has been a superb coach of LSE WFC since joining up with squad last September. He’s hugely dedicated to whatever he does and this is obvious with his coaching. Whilst completing the final year of his degree he has often spent three days a week with the squad taking them for training and matches all over Southeast England. He’s also spent countless other hours planning and evaluating training sessions and picking match day squads. Robbie always has a smile on his face and is equally passionate and hardworking if he’s working with a player who has many years experience or is playing their first game of football. He looks to try and improve everyone’s skills and, most importantly, ensure that everyone has fun. His dedication has helped bring success on the pitch for LSE WFC 1st XI winning their BUCS league.

Name: Louise Armitage
Course: BSc in Government and Economics
Nominated by: Dave Coles
Organisation: LSE WFC  
Opportunity the student has been involved in: 1st XI Captain for LSE WFC

Louise has been a brilliant 1st XI captain for LSE WFC this season, showing leadership and dedication both on and off the pitch. Along with the rest of the LSE WFC committee, Sasksia Stomph, Leigh Rowland, Nikeeta Phagura, Olivia Doyhambehere, Rachel Jessop and Tash Pickard, they have created a really welcoming and fun environment for all women players at LSE whether they have been playing for ten years or just want to try a new sport. As captain Louise has put in a huge amount of work behind the scenes organising matches, arranging referees and planning travel all over London and further afield. Her attendance is up there, if not, the best in the entire squad and she sets an example whenever she trains or plays. Her passion to help women of all abilities play football shines through and she’s always on hand to encourage others and take time to ensure that everyone is enjoying themselves and learning. On top of this she has helped organise training sessions for local girls at the Coram Fields Community Centre before the LSE squad’s training on a Friday night. This is another example of her dedication and the fact she is willing to go above and beyond what is expected. In short she has been an inspiration during her time as 1st XI Captain from start to finish.

Name: Shivani Kaul
Course: BA in Anthropology and Law
Nominated by: Lydia Halls
Organisation: Off Campus Support Scheme
Opportunity the student has been involved in: Mentor

Chris and I (Off Campus Support Scheme Coordinators) would like to nominate Shivani because one of their mentees said Shivani had inspired them to volunteer as a mentor themselves next year. In explaining their reasons for applying for the scheme, they said Shivani “was so nice and reassuring and its so nice to just go out and talk to someone and they tell you that what you’re feeling is completely normal and that things will become manageable. It really relieves a lot of the stress so I’d like to do the same for someone else.” Therefore we would like Shivani’s contribution to enhancing the new student experience, and inspiring future volunteers, at LSE to be recognised.

Name: Andrea Wong
Course: BSc in Accounting and Finance
Nominated by: Lydia Halls
Organisation: Off Campus Support Scheme
Opportunity the student has been involved in: Mentor

Chris and I (Off Campus Support Scheme Coordinators) would like to nominate Andrea because one of their mentees said Andrea had inspired them to volunteer as a mentor themselves next year. In explaining their reasons for applying for the scheme, they said Andrea “helped me a lot when I first arrived, thus I would also like to do the same by helping newcomers.” Therefore we would like Andrea’s contribution to enhancing the new student experience, and inspiring future volunteers, at LSE to be recognised.

Name: Donna Zhang
Course: BSc in Economics
Nominated by: Lydia Halls
Organisation: Off Campus Support Scheme
Opportunity the student has been involved in: Mentor

Chris and I (Off Campus Support Scheme Coordinators) would like to nominate Donna because one of their mentees said that they were “very impressed by how [she] was very proactive and she never hesitated to share tips on how to cope with life in LSE. I am inspired to be a great mentor like her.” Therefore we would like Donna’s contribution to enhancing the new student experience, and inspiring future volunteers, at LSE to be recognised.

Name: Phedias Theophanous
Course: BSc in Government and Economics
Nominated by: Lydia Halls
Organisation: Off Campus Support Scheme
Opportunity the student has been involved in: Mentor

Chris and I (Off Campus Support Scheme Coordinators) would like to nominate Phedias because one of their mentees said Phedias had inspired them to volunteer as a mentor themselves next year. In explaining their reasons for applying for the scheme, they said Phedias “has supported me and encouraged me to get involved more in the LSE community whether through societies or attending more events.” Therefore we would like Phedias’ contribution to enhancing the new student experience, and inspiring future volunteers, at LSE to be recognised.

Name: Ruoyu Qian
Course: BSc in Statistics with Finance
Nominated by: Lydia Halls
Organisation: Off Campus Support Scheme
Opportunity the student has been involved in: Mentor

Chris and I (Off Campus Support Scheme Coordinators) would like to nominate Ruoyu because one of their mentees said Ryuoyu had inspired them to volunteer as a mentor themselves next year. In explaining their reasons for applying for the scheme, they said Ryoyu “was a crucial factor in settling in as quickly as possible […] The advice from my first mentor meeting has been helping me up to today and I am grateful that I was part of the scheme.” Therefore we would like Ryoyu’s contribution to enhancing the new student experience, and inspiring future volunteers, at LSE to be recognised.

Name: Ed Jee
Course: BSc in Econometrics and Mathematical Economics
Nominated by: Lydia Halls
Organisation: Off Campus Support Scheme
Opportunity the student has been involved in: Mentor

Chris and I (Off Campus Support Scheme Coordinators) would like to nominate Ed because one of their mentees said Ed had inspired them to volunteer as a mentor themselves next year. In explaining their reasons for applying for the scheme, they said Ed helped them to “benefit a lot under the Off-Campus Support scheme, making my first friends at LSE and getting tips from my mentor; now I would like to contribute back to it.” Therefore we would like Ed’s contribution to enhancing the new student experience, and inspiring future volunteers, at LSE to be recognised.

Name: Hani Rahman
Course: LLB in Laws
Nominated by: Lydia Halls
Organisation: Off Campus Support Scheme
Opportunity the student has been involved in: Mentor

Chris and I (Off Campus Support Scheme Coordinators) would like to nominate Hani because one of their mentees said Hani had inspired them to volunteer as a mentor themselves next year. In explaining their reasons for applying for the scheme, they said Hani “was extremely helpful in teaching me how to organise and prioritise the work I had to do. I believe that I can echo her teaching.” Therefore we would like Hani’s contribution to enhancing the new student experience at LSE to be recognised.

Name: Chloe Russell
Course: BSc in Government
Nominated by: Susie Ward
Organisation: LSE Student Wellbeing Service
Opportunity the student has been involved in: Peer Supporter with the LSE Peer Support Scheme

Chloe has given a second year of her time to the peer support scheme and has worked tirelessly to support other students as well as to publicise the scheme and encourage collaboration between the peer support scheme and other voluntary schemes at LSE. She has remained steadfast despite some really challenging circumstances in her Hall of Residence this year, and I have really appreciated her calm assured independence, and willingness to contribute as much as she can to the scheme. All the best for your future Chloe.

Name: Oli Chaplin
Course: BSc in Economics 
Nominated by: Susie Ward
Organisation: LSE Student Wellbeing Service
Opportunity the student has been involved in: Peer Supporter with the LSE Peer Support Scheme

Oli has learned a great deal about himself through participation in the peer support scheme and has been keen to put his skills to best use. He has encouraged students in his hall to join him for a run, to get physical as well as emotional support, and has been a driving force in publicising the peer support scheme within the AU.

Name: Regina Legarte
Course: BA in Social Anthropology
Nominated by: Susie Ward
Organisation: LSE Student Wellbeing Service
Opportunity the student has been involved in: Peer Supporter with the LSE Peer Support Scheme

Regina has been a fully committed peer supporter this year, prepared to pilot being based within her academic department. She has volunteered willingly for several extra events, and her quiet independence and maturity have been a great asset to the scheme.

Name: Michal Neusch
Course: LLB in Laws
Nominated by: Susie Ward
Organisation: LSE Student Wellbeing Service
Opportunity the student has been involved in: Peer Supporter with the LSE Peer Support Scheme

Michal’s positivity and enthusiasm has been a huge asset to the scheme this year. He has been the one to organise meetings and pull the team together, as well as being very supportive to many students who have approached him.

Name: Jacob Hodgson-Stokes
Course: BSc in Politics and Philosophy
Nominated by: Susie Ward
Organisation: LSE Student Wellbeing Service
Opportunity the student has been involved in: Peer Supporter with the LSE Peer Support Scheme

Jacob has been a committed peer supporter as well as editing The Beaver this year, a time-management conundrum for anyone! I have really appreciated his input into marketing and publicising the scheme, as well as being a really supportive member of his hall, and wish him all the best for the future.

Name: Vitaliy Komar
Course: BSc in Environmental Policy with Economics
Nominated by: Susie Ward
Organisation: LSE Student Wellbeing Service
Opportunity the student has been involved in: Peer Supporter with the LSE Peer Support Scheme

Vitaliy’s enthusiasm and welcoming demeanour have been much appreciated in the scheme this year, particularly on our stalls and outreach events. His positivity and directness are a huge benefit in a scheme supporting others, and we wish him well for his future beyond LSE.

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