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UTS Union Limited is the peak service provider at the University of Technology, Sydney. It operates retail, fitness and catering services as well as Clubs and Societies, student publications and Orientation Day.
Strategic direction of the UTS Union Ltd is given by a board of thirteen directors consisting of seven students (elected by the student cohort in annual elections), two staff members (elected by the staff of the University), the CEO of the Union, the Chair (appointed by the University Council), the Treasurer (appointed by the University Council) and one other director (appointed by the University Council, usually external to the University or a former student).
From the seven students elected, a President and a Vice-President is elected each year by the board. The Chair is responsible for the conduct of Union board meetings.
The Presidents and Vice Presidents of the UTS Union have been:
|2015||Stephanie Purcell||B Bus / LLB||Wilson Kwong||B Arts in Communication (Public Communication)|
|2014||Yannick Gaechter||B Bus (IT)||Lloyd Wood||B Bus / LLB|
|2013||Nicholas Bentley||B Bus / LLB (Hons I)||John Marcus||B Bus / LLB; LLM|
|2012||James Fox||B Bus (Econ)||Ben Turner||B Bus / LLB|
|2011||Laurence Wainwright||B Bus (Hons)||James Fox||B Bus (Econ)|
|2010||Felicity Evans||B Arts in Communication (Journalism)|
|2009||Rebecca Trewick||B Arts in Communication (Social Inquiry)|
|2008||David Latham||B Engineering (Electrical), Dip Eng Prac|
|2007||Bharti Sharma||B Arts in Communication (Social Inquiry) / LLB|
|2006||David Barrow||B Arts in Communication (Social Inquiry)|
|2005||Felicity McMahon||B Bus / LLB|
|2004||Vikas Gour||B Engineering / B Bus|
|2003||Belinda Alexander||B Bus / LLB|
The current CEO is Ms Elizabeth Brett.
The current Chair is Professor Robert Lynch.
The current Treasurer is Associate Professor Prabhu Sivabalan.
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