BLSA Welfare strives to improve student well-being and ensure minority voices are heard within the BL community, whether that be via campaigns, events or offering support. BLSA Welfare is led by the Welfare Officer who is supported by the five liberation officers below. Click on the links below to see more of what we're doing!
The Welfare Representatives are always happy to meet students for a chat, whether that is to discuss issues directly affecting you or your ideas and suggestions to improve student welfare.
You can contact the representatives directly in order to book in a time - you can meet in The Griff Inn, any other location or in the BLSA Office if you want privacy.
Hi, my name is Sophie, and I’m your Welfare Officer.
My job is to make sure your experience at Barts and The London is as enjoyable and stress-free as possible, and I will strive to ensure it is.
Hiya! I’m Alice and your Women’s Officer. I’ll be holding regular discussion groups and running campaigns to ensure women have a greater voice in shaping the culture of BL. Pop along to my discussion groups to voice any concerns or ideas or drop me an email.
Hi everyone! I'm Caitlin, a third year medic and the LGBT+ representative for this year. If you have any welfare issues, concerns, or great ideas, both LGBT+/non-LGBT+ related please let me know - or if you see me around and just fancy a quick chat then let's grab a coffee!
Hi, I am the voice of BME students on the BLSA Board. I cannot wait to execute the many exciting projects that we have planned for the BME community and I insist that you see me if you wish to voice your concerns or suggestions.
My name is Nadya Ali and I will be the BL International Representative for representing and helping to integrate international students into Barts and the London.
Minutes from both split (BL reps only) and joint (both BL and Mile End reps) Welfare Zone meetings