As Welfare Officer, Kay is responsible for ensuring students feel represented on matters relating to mental health, wellbeing, and equality and diversity. Kay liaises with the University to provide appropriate and positive changes for students, whilst striving to make all campuses inclusive and inviting for everyone.
 

 

 

Kay R. Dennis 
Welfare Officer
 

Kay (they/them pronouns) is currently completing their Master's degree in Drama. Kay has worked as a part of the Shop and Information team in Cardiff, as well as being the President of the LGBTQ+ Society. They are non-binary and are really interested in trans representation in the media and film industry. Kay has been involved in policy-making within the University, being a part of the team who crafted the Trans Equality Policy Statement, as well as making Trans Day of Remembrance a formal recognised event within the SU and University. Kay has been an active member of the SU, being a Course Rep, the Gender Identity Officer for two years, as well as being nominated for a Student Choice Award for three years running (they even won Student Council Officer of the Year in 2019!).

 

In their spare time, Kay likes writing, listening to music, and chatting to family and friends over Skype (with the occasional Saturday night quiz)!


KAY'S FAVOURITE THING ABOUT THE SU

"The opportunity to represent your cohort or your demographic! I was an LGBT+ Officer for two years, and it was the best experience I've ever had, it's so easy to gain transferable skills that you can pop onto your CV! The Student Voice team do an amazing job getting your voices heard by the people who need to be listening!"