PARSA’s election results are in! From Monday 21st of September to Friday 25th September, voting for PARSA elections have been underway. Eve Walker for President and Naomi Otoo for Vice President have won out as the top contenders, and they will both take up their respective titles in November. 

Former Interim Education Officer, Eve Walker, secured the spot with policies focusing on finance, improvements in postgraduate accommodation and student rights. Through her team, the initiatives that PARSA intends to raise during her term include the reduction of Student Service and Amenities Fees (SSAF) and community welfare fees, the latter of which is paid via students to residential halls, and the development of postgraduate accommodation. 


The election results as follows: 



Eve Walker 


Vice President:

Naomi Otoo 


Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Officer:

Casual Vacancy


Coursework Officer:

Tallal Khan


Disabilities Officer:

Jahid MD Jahidul Islam


Education Officer:

Chitresh Saraswat


Environment Officer:

Chalaka Fernando 


Equity Officer:

Epi Terbio


Higher degree by Research (HDR) Officer:

Dige Wang 


International Officer:

Benjamin Chew


Queer Officer:

Casual Vacancy


Social Officer:

Kanishk Kumar


Women’s Officer:

Maya Maulina


Parent’s and Carer’s officer:

Jhana de Silva


Research and Policy Officer:

Ben Langley 


Communications Officer:

Sandra Prada 


Welfare Officer:

Sukriti Kapoor


College of Asia & the Pacific (CAP) Officer:

Saira Israr (Coursework)

Denny Irawan (HDR) 


College of Business & Economics (CBE) Officer:

Rui Gao (Coursework)

(HDR) Casual Vacancy 


College of Engineering & Computer Science (CECS) Officer:

Suikei Wang (Coursework)

Ninad Bhat (HDR)


College of Science (CoS) Officer:

(Coursework) Casual Vacancy 

(HDR) Casual Vacancy 


College of Health & Medicine (CHM) Officer:

Upasana Pathak (Coursework) 

Isabelle Yujuico (HDR)


College of Law (COL)

Alexandra Arlington-Elgue (Coursework)

Kate Roff (HDR) 


Postgraduate Student Member of the Council:

Eve Walker 


Directors of the Board

Utsav Gupta

Kazimier Lim 

Mynampati Karthik

Nisha Dahiya

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