Matthew SeahCo-Vice-President/Academic Officer
Thomas CowieSocial and Dining
Aryan SabirSocial and Dining
Debby WehnerSocial and Dining
Ashwin AhujaSocial and Dining
Jordi BuckleySocial and Dining
Chantelle DoranWelfare Officer
Max BayneWelfare Officer
Gabriela Montejo-KovacevichWelfare Officer
Sasha SneydEnvironmental Officer
Danny BennettEnvironmental Officer
As the SBR President I represent the graduate students within college, and am constantly working with college and the SBR committee to improve graduate life at St John’s.
I’m also the webmaster for the SBR, which is exactly what you expect – looking after the SBR website. Outside of college and work, I am often kayaking on the River Cam, or the Olympic White Water Course near London.
1st year PhD in Surgery. Serial chips and beans eater. Occasional rower and frequent traveller. Quite possibly the only medic who isn’t a results-oriented team player with first-rate interpersonal skills.
As the academic officer, I organise events which include the Lightning Talks and the annual Graduate Research Conference. Do get in touch with ideas/requests and I look forward to meeting you!
Hi I’m Nordin, a first year PhD student in Materials Science and Metallurgy. I’m the communication officer for the SBR! My job is to organise the buddy system, send weekly emails about events/updates within St John’s, and run the SBR Instagram. I work closely with the St John’s communication and assist them with the college Instagram page. Follow the Instagram on @samuelsroom!
Hi I’m Aryan and I’m a 6th year Medic. As VP I work with the rest of the committee to organise some great social and welfare events as well as representing the graduate community, alongside the president, in various meetings.
My name is Chantelle and I’m a 5th year medical student. As part of your welfare team, my role is make sure you feel involved within John’s and the SBR, and I’m here if you ever need anyone to talk to. We will also organise some amazing events for you all to enjoy and ensure you have some wonderful memories of your time here!
I’m a 6th year medical student, so have been at St John’s for 5 years now. I am one of the welfare reps on the committee, so it’s my job to look out for how everyone is doing, and to organise welfare events that hopefully everyone will enjoy.