School "Reps" are volunteer student leaders who work closely with Course Reps and University staff to represent the views and concerns of students in your School, with the aim of improving the academic experience for all students. This page lists your 2023/24 LUBS School reps, the area they are responsible for and their contact details.
Meet your School Reps
Below you will find the details of each school rep, their contact email address and a few words from each about how they would like to use their role to improve academic life for students at LUBS.
My foremost objective is to ensure that students' voices are not only heard but also valued and acted upon. I am deeply committed to advocating for my peers and cultivating an inclusive environment where their concerns and ideas receive the attention they rightfully deserve.
Name: Aditya Jindal
As your School rep for the Department of Economics, I aim to voice student concerns and issues to ensure they are resolved. By collaborating with members of staff, we actively monitor student experiences, strive to improve them and hopefully instil a sense of belonging within our community.
Work and Employment Relations
Name: Momoko (Yan Yick)
My aim as a school rep is to make a positive change to the business school and make everyone feel at home. Through working with my team and other parties, I aspire to bring changes from engagement to structural change by working on different dynamic projects and to gather and represent different voices.
Name: Hamzeh Qaraman
My aim as a School Rep for Management is simple - to make students remember Leeds forever! Although the role itself is complicated with lots of ideas and projects being continuously thought through and worked for, my end goal is to create a productive, inclusive, happy, empowering, and exciting environment for everyone!
Name: Jessica Roberts
As a course representative for the Plus Program at Leeds University Business School, I am committed to ensuring that the voices of underrepresented students are included and valued in the LUBS education strategy'
Name: Viktoria Zame
As a School Rep for the Access to Leeds programme, my aim is to ensure that the needs of underrepresented students, like myself, are taken into account within the LUBS strategy!