Hi, I’m Indica, and I’m your Vice President for Welfare and Inclusion. I am available to support you in any welfare, housing, inclusion, or safety and advice issues. I have recently finished my undergraduate Psychology degree and have hopes of being a Forensic Psychologist. I spent my time at University as part of the Psychology society committee, as well as being a student rep for my course.
In my spare time, I enjoy painting and reading. I am also a huge fan of 70’s and 80’s rock music! My biggest passions are improving access to welfare services and providing safe and fairly priced accommodation for all students. I am also fighting to give more power back to students through democratic processes.
Being VP Welfare and Inclusion
Indica helps provide support and representation to raises awareness of volunteering opportunities, safer living, wellbeing, mental health and care leavers across all CU campuses and online.
More than 2,000 students use SU Advice every year and a similar number are involved with the SU’s Student Life department. She sits on the University's Student Equality and Diversity Committee and works closely with the Student Advice Centre.