MEET THE TEAM

2020

2022


Executive

Miah Panovrakos

As President, I hope to foster a supportive and welcoming sense of community amongst Co-ops by overseeing all aspects of the society. I look forward to working with our wonderful team, to coordinate events and initiatives that will ultimately facilitate new friendships, mentorship and lasting memories.

Miah Panovrakos

President

Ronaldo Keng

Stepping into the role of Vice President and Grievance Officer, I would love to see fellow Co-ops bond over these unprecedented times. I hope to facilitate the wonderful executives to bring forth events and initiatives both online and in-person to improve the social experiences of being a UNSW Co-op student. Most of all, I hope to make the Co-op Society everyone's second family on campus.

Ronaldo Keng

Vice President

Nala Hong

I'm looking forward to another incredible year with the Co-op team as the 2022 secretary. With this role, I'm aiming to foster growth and bonding in the society through delivering efficient, transparent communication to all parties and building structured systems within the team. I also strive to become not just a behind-the-scenes figure, but a familiar face in the support network of the incoming cohort.

Nala Hong

Secretary

Vivian Chan

As the treasurer in 2022, I aim to maximise the Co-op community's experience whilst maintaining a robust financial position for present and future generations of Co-op scholars. Overall, I hope to benefit Co-op society through continuing past treasurers' work in growing our financial assets to create more opportunities for our community.

Vivian Chan

Treasurer

Cameron Mayhew

Hi I'm Cam! I'm a 2nd year CS student and this year I am go to above and beyond the average Arc Delegate and be extra on time with forms and signup sheets, and also to ensure that everybody gets the same welcome into Co-op that I did! :))

Cameron Mayhew

Arc Delegate


Directors

Jess Degeling

I provide the 'play hard' to the 'work hard' of Co-op. As our Society's 2022 social director I will deliver a broad range of inclusive and enjoyable events that enable Co-op scholars across degrees and year groups to build strong friendships and break away from university stressors.

Jess Degeling

Social

Alannah Darling

I'm passionate about social justice, and as one of the 2022 Charity Directors, I look forward to making meaningful change while bringing the members of Co-op Society closer together, through fundraising, volunteering and working with charities for our events.

Alannah Darling

Charity

Tiana Vincent

As one of the 2022 Charity Directors, I look forward to fostering a love of altruism and sense of positivity. I hope to strengthen the sense of community within the society and our connection to the broader public by running our fundraising and volunteering events.

Tiana Vincent

Charity

Emily Ross

Above all, my main goal as one of the Marketing Directors is to further the society's open and animated environment. I am extremely excited to work with the team to bring the community closer, both by providing platforms for engagement via social media and by aiding interpersonal connections through event marketing.

Emily Ross

Marketing

Nicole Huang

Marketing serves as a medium for the connection of not only ideas, but of people. As one of Co-op Soc's Marketing Directors for 2022 I'm excited to work with the team to manage our social media platforms as well as deliver content that'll nourish our Co-op community in ways which bring us closer.

Nicole Huang

Marketing

Annie Yan

Going into the role of Publications Director for 2022, I am excited to find various ways for Co-ops to learn from and connect with each other. This comes from our social media to the Chicken Coop podcast with alumni and now more recreational pieces that affirm our strong culture. The Publications portfolio serves us a platform for all of us to amplify our voices.

Annie Yan

Publications

Hanyuan Li

As the new IT director for 2022, I'm excited to continue work on the Co-op Soc website, the first point of access new students have with our society. I hope to consult with the Co-op community and create features that would benefit the school and social lives of each scholar, and give back to my cohort using my technical skills.

Hanyuan Li

IT


First Year Representatives

Aks Walia

First Year Representative to me means ensuring every Co-Op student in my cohort, has a place in the greater UNSW Co-Op family. Our role is facilitate the communication between new and older students and I ensure my peers’ voices are heard by forming a connection with each and every one of them, so I can best represent them in an executive role. In a time to come, Kristina and I hope to foster a community of love and compassion, entwined with everlasting moments and relationships.

Aks Walia

Kristina Hua

As a first year representative, I aim to forge strong connections between the executive team and the first year cohort by actively participating and creating social events. We are responsible for designing and distributing the Co-op merchandise so that everyone looks incredible! Ultimately, Aks and I hope that our cohort becomes a tight-knit community which fosters lifelong memories and friendships.

Kristina Hua


The Committee

Administrative Officer

The administrative officer assists the executive team, largely secretary, with things such as event organisation, booking systems and managing the inbox. They are organised, efficient and dedicated to their work.

  • Issac Liu

Charity

The Charity portfolio seeks to create awareness, raise funds and drive social change for charities. The committee also compliments the Social portfolio in hosting fun events for a great cause.

  • Alexandra Sheedy
  • Crystal Zhao
  • Thivakar Jeyaseelan

Marketing

The Marketing portfolio focuses on creating continued engagement with our Co-op Society Facebook platform. Via the creation of digital marketing content, all students are encouraged to participate in fulfilling social events.

  • Anna Wu
  • Arousha Soltany
  • Jack Lane
  • Savera Shabih

Publications/IT

The Publications/IT portfolio is responsible for continuing to develop and facilitate the society's online presence through new and existing avenues, focusing on the Co-op Soc website and the Chicken Coop podcast.

  • Lucas Brunton
  • Meghna Sunil
  • Michelle Yeom
  • Stephen Lincon

Social

The Social portfolio is responsible for organising our social calendar, including planning, developing and executing a core suite of events. They ensure all members are given the opportunity to be a part of this vibrant community, through the creation and maintenance of social groups.

  • Isabella Cook
  • Lily Miranda
  • Zack Bolland