Below are the results and vote-count. Also make sure that you take a look at the results of the DepSoc and Departmental Representative elections.
- Kirsty PATTERSON (509) ELECTED
- RON (216)
Kirsty is a third year Earth Science and Engineering Student who has been Deputy President (Education and Welfare) and Honorary Secretary for CGCU. She is excited to have such a great team elected for Guilds next year and is looking forward to taking Guilds to even greater heights with the events and ideas all these people will bring to the table.
- Belal CHAUDHARY (146)
- Stephen LONG (359) ELECTED
- RON (88)
Stephen Long is a second year Mechanical Engineer. He is actively involved in Engineers Without Borders and will be organising events for Guilds next year aswell as MechEng Soc for which he is next year's events officer.
Vice-President (Finance & Societies)
- Rikki NORRIS (464) ELECTED
- RON (132)
Rikki Norris is a second year Chemical Engineer. He will be using his expertise from working in the Student Activites to support the Executive and all of Guilds Clubs and Societies. He is no stranger to complicated paperwork and expensive to run clubs either with heavy involvement in the RCS Motor Club who looks after Jez.
- Christopher BAKER-BRIAN (374) ELECTED
- RON (171)
Chris Baker-Brian is a third year Electrical and Electronic Engineer. He is an active sportsman and is keen to take on a more central role in the Engineering Faculty. He will be responsible for organising the Fresher's Ball in 2009 and keeping a record of all of CGCU's meetings and correspondance.
- Daniel LUNDY (420) ELECTED
- RON (198)
Dan Lundy is a third year Chemical Engineer. another active sportsman, Dan will be responsible for chairing Executive Committee and Management Committee meetings aswell as ensuring that the CGCU Officers are all on top of their tasks on a daily basis.
Spanner & Bolt Bearers
- Oliver BEVIS (106)
- Andrew MACFADYEN (210) ELECTED
- RON (186)
- Max JOACHIM (Unanimous at AGM) ELECTED
Web & Systems Development Officer
- Raoul-gabriel URMA (428) ELECTED
- RON (106)
Raoul-gabriel Urma is a second year Computing Student who is already taking his role very seriously. Roaul-gabriel will be responsible for looking after CGCU's mainly battered and dying computers aswell as the systems used to support the website, guildsserver and the intranet for club officers.
Academic Affairs Officer
- Benjamin STUBBENS (357) ELECTED
- RON (98)
Ben Stubbens is a third year Aeronautical Engineer and has been a very successful Departmental Representative during 2008-2009 gaining himself CGCU Colours for his efforts. Ben will be responsible for coordinating all of the Departmental and Year Representatives in the Engineering Faculty.
- Alice ROWLANDS (487) ELECTED
- RON (80)
Alice Rowlands is a second year Mechanical Engineer and was this year's CGCU RAG Coordinator. Alice hopes to work with DepSocs throughout the year to encourage interaction within departments and hold regular meetings with Dep Reps in order to understand and address issues affecting each department. She also wants to attend Staff-Student Committe Meetings in each department.
- Joseph HARRIS (443) ELECTED
- RON (104)
- Belal CHAUDHARY (298) ELECTED
- RON (226)
Great Egg Race Co-Ordinator
- Ryan WILLIAMS (365) ELECTED
- RON (159)
Ryan Williams is a first year aeronautical engineer. He decided to take on the role of Egg Race Coordinator after taking part in this year's Great Egg Race earlier this term.
Lord Mayor's Show Co-Ordinator
- Raisah AZIZ (Unanimous at AGM) ELECTED
- Lawrence WEETMAN (369) ELECTED
- RON (142)
Lawrence is currently archivist for CGCU, a position he holds in his first year of a computing degree. He was introduced to the CGCA through their Annual Dinner and wants to increase student involvement in the association and promote closer links with the City & Guilds College Union.
- Lawrence WEETMAN (415) ELECTED
- RON (112)
Lawrence is a first year Computing student who has been reporting for Live! since early in the autumn term. He hopes to return Guildsheet to it's former glory: "an informative engineering magazine by students, for students - whilst all along sticking with the quirky style that has made it what it is today."