Our Exec Team

The VicSRC Executive is the student representatives, elected annually to govern the VicSRC. Our job is to represent what is actually being said by students via Student Councils across Victoria.

We are here to represent every student in the state so if you have something that needs to be heard, get in touch: 


Cohen Saunders

Hi I’m Cohen, and I am passionate about giving every student in Victoria a say in how their education pans out. I’m in Year 10 at Castlemaine Secondary, and in my spare time I enjoy taking pics (on film, naturally), playing music and (eventually) replying to emails from Nina, Aisha and Xavier. I’ve seen that everyone learns in different ways and I believe that this should be better acknowledged in the way that schools operate.

During my term on the executive I want to do all that I can to show people all around Victoria that having more student representation in education, is the best way to make school more enjoyable for everyone.

 

Ryan Wijaya

Hey! My name's Ryan Wijaya and I am a Year 11 student from Nossal High School. I'm passionate and ready to amplify your voices and make a change for the benefit of Victorian Education, raising up the new generation of decision makers and world-wide influencers.

A couple of my other passions include basketball and music, and I'm sure that all of our talents can be used in one way or another for more than we think! I always live by the words, "a single smile can change a life", so stay positive and let's change the world.

 

Wren Gillett:

We all have the capacity to make a difference, It's simply a matter of deciding what kind of influence we want to have. I'm Wren, A year 10 student at Upwey High School with the passion to shape positive change. Public speaking and leadership are two things I hold in very high regard, and have always been something I've loved.

Being elected as an executive member of the VicSRC  is an unbelievably amazing opportunity! I want to ensure that our voices ARE heard and subsequently acted upon, as education is the key to growth. I'm so excited to work with the 14 other brilliant minds on the exec. Together, we will spark change. 

 

Tiffany Yang

Hello, I’m Tiffany a 17 year old student from Mount Waverley Secondary College. I’m in Year 11 whilst, working part time. I’m very passionate about creating change to the education system and empowering the voices of students of all ages and situations.

I would love to experience the different cultures of our diverse world by travelling across the world. The election onto the new Executive team will be my first and a stepping stone to creating that change working with many other passionate and diverse people. I hope that I can successfully fulfil the role like others before me.

 

Aayushi Khillan

Hi! My name is Aayushi Khillan and I am a year 11 student at Mac.Robertson Girls High School. People often describe me as one of three things: crazy, quirky and ambitious.

I am super passionate about student voice and I can’t wait to enact real changes to our education system this year. What is my main motto of life? Well if ‘Plan A’ doesn’t work, don’t worry! There are still 25 more letters in the alphabet so stay cool.
 

 

Rames Williams

Hola, my name is Rames I. Williams, and I am a year 11 (VCE) student at one of the best schools in the country, Westall Secondary College. My goal as the 2017-2018 EXEC is to fight for the equality at our school for our voice to be heard.

My hobbies include playing Minecraft, eating, sleep, procrastinating and repeat. Many people describe me as “a weird tall Asian guy that isn’t Asian but is”. I have been playing violin for the past 5 years as well as doing singing lessons and doing certificate 2 in fashion design and technology/ and merchandising. My beliefs in life is to have fun and love everyone. Xxx ; )
 

 

Alyssa Lai

Hey!!!! My name is Alyssa and I am a Year 10 student at Bendigo South East College. I am so ready to take on the world of student voice and represent YOUR voices, because we deserve to be heard in the education system, because it is OUR education! I only really started being passionate about student voice when I was elected into my school’s Year 8 SRC Team, and from then on, it has been my main passion.

Apart from that, I love swimming, singing, and have a strong passion for optimism, happiness and the environment!! At the moment, I am school vice-captain and also have a part-time job at Baker’s Delight. I look forward to working with these amazing 14 souls over the next few months! For now, Adios!! 

 

Clare Joseph

HEY GUYYYS! My name is Clare Joseph and I go to The Mac Robertson Girls High School, currently studying in Year 11. I’m an outgoing, confident, super easy-to-get-along-with girl who’s always down to talk with anyone. Working closely with my SRC, it’s always been my goal to empower, inspire and encourage everyone around me to use their voices to make change – big or small; it still counts! You don’t need a badge or position, all you need is a voice to speak out and spark change.

I love dancing my heart out and of course singing in the shower, even if I’m terribly off key. I’m always down to hang with friends, catching up on­­­­­­­ the latest TV drama or tagging each other on memes. I’m really looking forward to working with all the Execs over the next  year, representing student voice on a state level, and can’t wait to meet all you amazing people out there <3 Clare. .

 

Tobi Naylor

I am Tobias (Tobi) Naylor a Year 8 student at Auburn High School in Hawthorn East. I have three siblings - an older sister who attends Melbourne Girls College, and a younger brother and sister who attend Richmond Primary School. 

I live in Richmond, but support the mighty Essendon Bombers. Being on the VicSRC executive team is an inspirational opportunity and a chance for me to share the voices of students across Victoria. I have been lucky enough to join the executive team again to represent the students for a second year and I am looking forward to meeting everyone.

 

Angelique Corke-Cox

Hey everyone, my name is Angelique Corke-Cox and I am a bubbly and happy person who is currently studying Year 11 at Sunshine College. Despite my fears and doubts for joining Exec, I pushed myself to be a part of the Executive Team to bring change for Victorian Students and let your voices be heard!

I want to be a part of a special and positive move to bring change for the good! Outside of Exec you can find me photographing almost anything! Not only do I have a strong passion for Students, I also adore photography! So let me know if you want to be my model haha! Being in Exec will help me to voice other student’s opinions and their issues in schools to benefit Victoria. I am beyond excited to be in Exec this year, and I will strive to not let YOU down Victoria! Looking forward to working with the rest of the 14 Exec Members in the next 12 months!

 

 

William Wilson

Why not take the opportunities presented to us? You only regret the opportunities you didn’t take. My names Will and I’m a year 12 currently studying at Gisborne Secondary College (#Represent!). My vision for the next year is not only to have heaps of fun and make lots of friends, but to make change! Positive change over the next positively amazing year. Can’t wait to start working with the other bubbly bright bunch of Executives, peace out!

William Wilson
 

Mia Sherman

Hey everyone, I’m Mia. I’m in Year Ten at Melbourne Girls’ College. I am so incredibly excited to spend the next twelve months on exec, working to make sure every Victorian student has a proper voice. My non-exec related interests include reading, cooking, listening to odd music, animals and creating regrettable outfits.  I constantly try to look for ways to challenge my world view, and to gain a better understanding of the perspectives of the people around me, as equality is exceedingly important to me.  I hope that in a years time the rest of the exec and I can look back and say we have helped make changes we, and all other students are truly proud of.

 

Alyssa Shannon

Although we are young, and our minds cannot fully comprehend the vastness of our world, the voices of youth are crucial to establish a constructive world to thrive in. My name is Alyssa and I represent Narre Warren South P-12 College.

Whilst I’m not a member of Student Voice, I am the embodiment of our values as a whole; an ordinary student who aspires to promote our rights as individuals. I’m passionate about creativity and innovation, and have learnt to embrace opportunities that I am presented with. I am looking forward to collaborating with individuals who share similar beliefs and goals.

 

Brianna Hines

Hello hello, I'm Bri, a year 9 student from Myrtleford P-12 College. I live in the small rural town of Myrtleford up in the North East, and I can't wait for my next 12 months improving student voice! I chose to run for Exec when I saw things around me that needed changing.

Things in my personal schooling environment, and things impacting students as whole. Therefore, over the next 12 months I'll play my part in improving education across Victoria for everyone.

 

Anya Robertson

Hey!! I am Anya Robinson from Kurnai Secondary college. I am in year seven and enjoy dancing ballet, acting in musical theatre, playing guitar, and reading biographies. I am Christian, I love listening classical music and meeting new people.  I am a bubbly and loud person ready to do or try new things.

I wish to become more of a bold leader during the time of me being on the exec team. This is a great place to grow and learn. A strength that I have is that I find interviews easier then speeches and this role could help me with that. On this team, there are some really special and amazing leaders that are so nice and I cannot wait to bounce back off them.

I wish to make school a place were boundaries are respected and people have the chance to be herd. For school to be a place not only were you learn but to open doors that links to our future. I wish to help with making Victoria the best it can. Anya over and out!!

 

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