Communications Director

Jérémie Juan

Jeremie Juan

University of Aberdeen

Twitter: @ThatGuyJeremie

Jérémie becomes Communications Director after his election at the Spring General Assembly in Sheffield, making this his first term on National Committee

“I absolutely can’t wait to see all of the amazing things Students for Global Health will achieve as a network this year – from developing the hub into a one stop shop for all of the fantastic resources we have; to continuing to promote our vision to as many people as possible; and also to see our national coordinated theme on Homelessness and Health help make a real difference!

One of the brilliant things about the communications director position is that I’ll be able to find out all about the incredible things that all of you incredible people will be up to and I can’t wait to sing loudly and proudly about it all! So, if you’re ever up to anything exciting and want a hand spreading the word do give me a shout and I’ll do my best to do that in every way I know how!”

The organisation has a range of social media and publication outputs that are maintained by the Communications Director and their team.

Bylaw mandated responsibilities:

1.4.10. Communications Director Be responsible for the public relations and mass media contacts of Students for Global Health. Be responsible for maximising communications in and around the network, through publicity, sharing ideas and communicating thoughts. Support the webmaster and ensure their integration with the network. Support the magazine editor to ensure the national magazine is distributed nationally and work together to support local magazine initiatives. Lead a Communications Team and support the regional communications directors through local and regional publicity (posters, leaflets and other materials) and merchandise. Create promotional material for maximum Students for Global Health exposure (IFMSA, externals). Manage the flow of information in the network to make sure national and international information is communicated to the local level. Update the News and Events section of the website. Produce a regular newsletter relevant to Students for Global Health members.