Vice President of Dance Election 2020

TLSU needs a Vice President of Dance to complete the 2020-21 executive team.

We need someone who will
for all our dance faculty students


  • Hustings – Thursday 12th November @ 6pm
  • Campaigning Stops – Sunday 15th November @ 10pm
  • Polls Open – Monday 16th November @ 9am
  • Polls Close – Tuesday 17th November @ 9pm
  • Results Counted & Declared – Wednesday 18th November

Meet the Candidtates

Lilli Hansen

I am Lilli O’Reilly Wagner Hansen, a second year BA contemporary dance student and I am running for the SU’s VP of dance position. I believe the SU has a lot to offer, which we as students are not really aware of. I have confidence that I would be a good asset to the team and a good set of eyes in the Laban building to communicate your requirements to the rest of the team and the school. Like all dance students, I love spending time in the building and seeing the things which are taking place. I know many of the pros and cons about being a student at Trinity Laban and I am not afraid of saying what I think, or what other student’s experience. I will do anything I can to try and achieve as much as possible.

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Shannon Oleson

My name is Shannon Oleson and I am a second year MFA dance performance student. I am energetic, vibrant and strive to enjoy life in active and invigorating ways. I am determined to contribute my time and energy to create positive changes the students want to see. As a post-graduate student especially, I believe that I can have an impartial view to the matters of the school and as a result improve the compatibility of the school with you – the student body.

I have a wealth of information in Higher Education and Leadership, and I have the students’ interests at heart. With your voices behind me, I can use my knowledge and experience to represent and implement your ideas. I would be honored to represent you during the current academic year and to be given the opportunity to make a positive impact on your experience at Trinity Laban.

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