Richelle George | Facilitator
My name’s Richelle (she/her) and I’m a second year Social Anthropologist at Trinity. I’m FLY facilitator because I think female and non-binary students of colour have the right to create a space for themselves where their thoughts, feelings and experiences are valued and acknowledged.
Rashmi Uddin | Junior Treasurer
My name is Rashmi (she/her), studying Architecture at Trinity Hall. For me FLY provided a great way to meet people like myself as well as a pretty chill space full very interesting people that I can always learn from which made me love it!
Jay Kaur | Secretary
Hello! I’m Jay (she/her), a 2nd year at Clare doing MML (Spanish and Italian). I love FLY for the space it’s given me to share my experiences with women who actually understand what I’m trying to say, and being the secretary for this year is such a great honour.
Arenike Adebajo | Blog/Zine Officer
Hi, I’m Arenike (she/her). I’m a second year studying English at Emmanuel. I joined FLY because it’s a space where I could be myself and meet some amazing women and non-binary people of colour. As coordinator of the FLY Blog/Zine, I’m excited about creating a platform to showcase the talent and amplify the voices of the wonderful members of the group.
Jun Pang | Blog/Zine Officer
My name is Jun (she/her) and I’m a second year HSPS student at St. John’s. I love FLY because it’s an incredibly empowering space in which we as women and NB people of colour can express ourselves without judgment, learn to articulate our lived experience and our oppression, as well as develop solidarity with one another.
Moriyo Aiyeola | Campaigns Officer
My name is Moriyo (she/her), I am at Clare and study History. Joining FLY was a great chance as a fresher to get to know and connect with other women of colour across the university. It has been really comforting hearing the experiences of other girls and learning more about intersectional feminism.
Rebecca Tan | Campaigns Officer
Hey! I’m Rebecca (she/her), a second-year lawyer at Magdalene. What Moriyo and I do is work on campaigns that give you a voice, and make sure you’re seen and heard at Cambridge. If you’re interested to find out more, feel free to message me, or pop by one of the FLY events to be part of a group of amazingly strong and supportive women and NB people.