Welfare Officer: Ella McCoshan
Welfare Officer: Lawrence Bissel
As the Welfare Officers, we’re part of the extensive support network that Trinity Hall offers to ensure that you stay healthy and happy while you’re here.
Our main job is to look out for your welfare and we are available at any time for an informal (and confidential) chat about any problems you may encounter — whether they’re health, relationship, family or work related. We can also give additional advice regarding sexual health and contraception, and related services offered by CUSU – there are free sexual health supplies in the Welfare Locker and at Boho.
We put on a variety of welfare events every term, ranging from puppy therapy to yoga – please do come along, we’d love to see you there. There is also the weekly Welfare Tea in the Terrace Room at 2pm on Sundays – come for a break, snack, and catch us there. Please do email, message, call or stop us around college at any time – we’d love to hear from you!
The Welfare Network Facebook group is an inclusive space for sharing and discussing all aspects of student welfare within college and the wider university community. Anyone and everyone is welcome to join!
Tit Hall is an amazing community – we are here to help you enjoy Cambridge and stay happy in a place that has its stresses. Catch us or any of the welfare team for a chat – see you around!
LBGT+ Officer: Ludo Heathcoat Amory ()
Hi all, I’m Ludo (he/him) and I’m the LGBT+ Officer. My main role is representing the concerns of LGBT+ students in college, which ranges addressing LGBT+ students’ concerns at meetings, putting on fun events in college (or advertising the ones outside of college) to simply giving advice on any problems students have. I also work with the welfare team to make sure all students are happy and feel comfortable. I am always happy to chat, whether in person or by email.
Black & Ethnic Minorities Officer: Lauren Long ()
Hello, my name is Lauren and I am Trinity Hall’s BME Officer. I like to think of my role, as described by my predecessor, as 50% political and 50% welfare. I am committed to ensuring Trinity Hall is a comfortable environment for all ethnic minorities. For me, this entails reaching out to more prospective BME applicants through the Access and Outreach office, but also ensuring that BME students are well-supported once here. As of now, I am planning more BME inter-collegiate mingles, working with our college Welfare officers to ensure welfare activities cater to BME needs and working to revive the Film Society to incorporate more foreign films. Any issues or enquiries you can contact me through email.
Disability and Special Considerations Officer: Sarah Miller ()
Hi! I’m Sarah and I’m the Disability and Special Considerations Officer. I’m part of the Welfare team, so work with them to help make people happier, and specifically to help anyone who has a problem related to long-term or short-term disabilities or illnesses (emotional, mental and physical difficulties alike). Whether you want to talk about a specific problem, or just want to talk to someone who understands a bit more about what you’re going through (I have special considerations too!), I’m here for you!
I also represent students with these difficulties to the rest of the JCR and CUSU, and liaise with the University’s Disability Resource Centre. I’m keen to raise awareness of the many different difficulties that students can face, through awareness events and campaigns. I think I’m a pretty approachable person, so if anyone (current and prospective students alike) has any concerns you think I can help you with, please email me!
Women and Non-Binary Officer: Galia Shomron ()
I’m Galia. I’m your Women and Non-Binary Officer, here to make the voices of all the women and non-binary people of Tit Hall heard. My role is also to provide individual support for anyone with a personal issue that relates to gender, from discrimination to sexual health to sexual violence. That means if you have any problems or questions at all related to gender (whichever one you happen to be!), please do send me a quick message or email and I’ll do my best to help!
International Officer: Julius Villar ()
Hello! Salut! 你好! Habari! Привет! Kia ora! Hej! No matter how you say hello, I’m here to welcome you to the friendly, warm and culturally diverse Trinity Hall community. Besides organising socials like swaps with other colleges, I represent you and your views, concerns and suggestions for improvement in the way the JCR/college runs. I will also constantly keep you updated on the latest happenings with iCUSU and international societies.
Feel free to get in touch whenever you’d like to chat. Your welfare is my affair! (email)