Meet your 2021-22 Executive team

Your student voice on campus!

The executive team is made of President, Vice Presidents, Treasurer, EDI officer and SAS Manager (ex-officio member). Your executives are democratically elected to represent and campaign for your interests within UNSW Canberra.

The executive team aims to improve every aspect of your university life by:

  • Providing high-quality and relevant events and services.
  • Encouraging your involvement in the planning, development, and running of the club’s events and services.
  • Serving, benefitting and supporting the community and society at large.

Sanket Rawat

Arc Canberra President

canberra.president@arc.unsw.edu.au

Sanket Rawat is an HDR student in the School of Engineering and Information Technology at UNSW Canberra at ADFA.

“My vision for the year 2021-22 is to set more transparency in the decision-making process of Arc Canberra and increase engagement between the committee and club members. Considering the pandemic situation, it is important now, more than ever, to increase the level of interaction among UNSW students and I think Arc Canberra can be great platform to do so. With this in mind, our aim will be to build a sense of community among the members where they always feel welcomed, and where their opinions are heard and acted upon.”

Outside of the work, Sanket enjoys going on hikes or spending time with his family. He wants to pursue a full-time career in academia after completing his PhD. 

Jyoti Paul

Arc Canberra Vice President

canberra.vicepresident@arc.unsw.edu.au

Jyoti Paul is a PhD student from the School of Engineering and IT at UNSW. Her research focuses on computer vision and super-resolution retinal imaging. She has been involved with Arc Canberra for the last couple of years and served as a Technology Advisor and General Event Manager. Currently, she is jointly holding the position of Vice President at Arc Canberra (Canberra Student Club) and Chairperson for the COVID safety team. 

“My vision is to provide the best student service possible and increase engagement between the Council and the student community. As a VP, I will be assisting President and Executive team in all necessary works to run the organisation smoothly. Additionally, I will keep track of all rules and regulations of the constitution and manage volunteering activities. Last but not the least, I intend to know student’s expectations and convey this message to the committee for proper execution. Therefore, all I can say – ‘I want to hear from you so that I can be there for you’.”

Kade Price

Arc Canberra Vice President

canberra.vicepresident@arc.unsw.edu.au

Kade Price is a Bachelor of Computing and Cyber Security (BCCS) first year undergrad student and is serving as Arc Canberra Vice-President.

“My aim is to coordinate with the Executive and General Committees to grow Arc Canberra's member base and engagement. We will achieve this by streamlining Arc Canberra's digital communication channels, facilitating seamless delivery of relevant information to members, and ensuring regular feedback from members is received and actioned. Additionally, my goal is to expand the events offered by Arc Canberra to include more career and specialty opportunities for students to both enjoy and benefit from. I look forward to working with both committees and taking feedback from Arc Canberra members throughout my term as Vice-President.”

On behalf of his BCCS peers, Kade met with the Australian Computer Society accreditation panel in August 2021, and currently serves on the UNSW Canberra Staff-Student Liaison Committee. Kade plans to pursue post-graduate studies in cyber security upon completed of his bachelor’s degree.

Kamrul Hasan Rahi

Arc Canberra Treasurer

canberra.treasurer@arc.unsw.edu.au

Kamrul Hasan Rahi is a PhD student at the School of Engineering and Information Technology, UNSW, working in the Multidisciplinary Design Optimization Lab. His research focus is evolutionary multi-objective design optimization. He is currently serving as the Treasurer of Arc Canberra.

“As a treasurer, my main focus will be to create a professional environment while handling the financial activities within the club. I will devote myself by accomplishing my responsibilities such as planning and organizing versatile events to make our campus life vibrant and enjoyable, keeping record of all transactions related to Arc Canberra activities, proper and efficient budget allocation to the. I am going to follow my favourite quote, ‘Action is louder than words’.”

Muna Al-Hawawreh

Arc Canberra Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Officer

canberra.edi@arc.unsw.edu.au

Muna Al-Hawawreh is a PhD student of cyber security and serves as Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Officer. 

“My vision is to create a stronger and more inclusive culture that promotes and values diversity by focusing on initiatives and events that recognise, engage, and benefit students across UNSW Canberra. I feel very privileged to be part of the change and hope to help everyone feels respected, valued and included.”

Ex-officio member

Meng Chong Jerome Ho

Student Administrative Services (SAS) Manager