Equality and Diversity Networks

What are NTSU’s Equality and Diversity Networks

Our Equality and Diversity Networks are designed to bring together students who are passionate about equality, diversity and inclusion to improve the student experience at NTU.

They are led by Equality and Diversity Network Chairs who are elected during our term 2 elections to represent the students in their network and make sure their time at NTU is the best it can be.  You can find our current Network Chairs along with their contact details below.

Equality & Diversity Network Chairs

Equality and Diversity Network Chairs lead their respective networks to represent our diverse student population, catering to a range of student demographics here at NTSU.

Disability & Accessibility Officer
Dani-Louise OlverDisability & AccessibilityFacebook Disability & Accessibility Officer
Student Parent & Carers Officer
VacantStudent Parents & CarersFacebook Student Parent & Carers Officer
Ethnic Minorities Officer
Angel MomohEthnic MinoritiesFacebook Ethnic Minorities Officer
Mature
VacantMature, Postgrad & Non-traditionalFacebook Mature & Postgraduate Officer
Gender Officer
Annelise Edwards-DaemGenderFacebook Gender Officer
Sexuality Officer
Callum JepsonSexualityFacebook Sexuality Officer
International Students Officer
Urte PoznanskyteInternational StudentsFacebook International Students' Officer

How can I get involved?

Anyone who identifies as a member of one of our E&D Networks can join. Click the tab of the Network you’re interested in to find out more about it and sign up.

If there’s an Equality and Diversity Network you’d like to see which doesn’t currently exist, get in touch.

Interested in running to be an Equality and Diversity Network Chair or Vice-Chair and representing the voices of your fellow students? There are still some vacant positions, so make sure you are a member of the relevant network and keep an eye out for more details.

Why should I get involved?

Becoming part of our E&D Networks is an opportunity to:
  • Improve the university experience of students in your demographic;
  • Support your fellow students and provide a space where like-minded students can share their experiences
  • Lead the conversation around equality and diversity on campus
  • Organise events and activities for your student demographic
  • Increase understanding and awareness around the issues affecting students in your network.