President Jason Brickhill jason.brickhill@trinity.ox.ac.uk   Hi, I'm Jason, the MCR President for this year. I'm a second year DPhil student in Law. My research looks at the use of the law to improve the material conditions of people's lives and enhance democratic participation. I grew up in Zimbabwe, and later studied law and worked as a human rights lawyer in South Africa. My role as President is to represent the MCR in college governance structures and to co-ordinate the work of your MCR Committee. There is a fantastic range of academic, social and cultural activities in the Trinity MCR. In the next year we want to enable our wonderfully diverse MCR community to learn and grow together and also just have some fun! Whether your passion is music or theatre, football or badminton, language or literature, protons or proteins, or exploring Oxford's colleges and parks, there is something for everyone - and the chance to try something completely new

President

Jason Brickhill

jason.brickhill@trinity.ox.ac.uk

 

Hi, I'm Jason, the MCR President for this year. I'm a second year DPhil student in Law. My research looks at the use of the law to improve the material conditions of people's lives and enhance democratic participation. I grew up in Zimbabwe, and later studied law and worked as a human rights lawyer in South Africa. My role as President is to represent the MCR in college governance structures and to co-ordinate the work of your MCR Committee. There is a fantastic range of academic, social and cultural activities in the Trinity MCR. In the next year we want to enable our wonderfully diverse MCR community to learn and grow together and also just have some fun! Whether your passion is music or theatre, football or badminton, language or literature, protons or proteins, or exploring Oxford's colleges and parks, there is something for everyone - and the chance to try something completely new

Vice-President/Welfare Officer Owain James owain.james@trinity.ox.ac.uk   Hi, my name is Owain. Before you ask, it’s pronounced like ‘no wine’, without the ‘n’. My hobbies include speaking about Wales, doing high quality impressions, cracking open a cold elderflower pressé with the boys, and speaking about Wales. I know you must be thinking… ‘Interesting face. Interesting name. Interesting life’. Anyway… I will be your Welfare Officer for the upcoming year. My job is to provide the MCR with all the welfare support and information it needs! Please feel free to contact me at any time if you have any problems, or even if you just want a chat! Also, as Vice President my role is to work with the President to co-ordinate the activities of the Committee and to represent the MCR on certain structures of the College and the University

Vice-President/Welfare Officer

Owain James

owain.james@trinity.ox.ac.uk

 

Hi, my name is Owain. Before you ask, it’s pronounced like ‘no wine’, without the ‘n’. My hobbies include speaking about Wales, doing high quality impressions, cracking open a cold elderflower pressé with the boys, and speaking about Wales. I know you must be thinking… ‘Interesting face. Interesting name. Interesting life’. Anyway… I will be your Welfare Officer for the upcoming year. My job is to provide the MCR with all the welfare support and information it needs! Please feel free to contact me at any time if you have any problems, or even if you just want a chat! Also, as Vice President my role is to work with the President to co-ordinate the activities of the Committee and to represent the MCR on certain structures of the College and the University

Secretary John Kenny john.kenny@trinity.ox.ac.uk   My name is John. I am a third year DPhil Student in Sociology researching public attitudes towards environmental protection. As the MCR secretary, I'll be collating the weekly bulletin and taking minutes at our general meetings. If you wish to have anything included in the bulletin, would like to add an item of discussion to our general meetings or have any other related questions, do feel free to drop me an email.

Secretary

John Kenny

john.kenny@trinity.ox.ac.uk

 

My name is John. I am a third year DPhil Student in Sociology researching public attitudes towards environmental protection. As the MCR secretary, I'll be collating the weekly bulletin and taking minutes at our general meetings. If you wish to have anything included in the bulletin, would like to add an item of discussion to our general meetings or have any other related questions, do feel free to drop me an email.

 
Social Secretary Natalie Ng natalie.ng@trinity.ox.ac.uk   Hello everyone! I’m Natalie, one half of your social secs with Olu. It will be our duty organise a wide variety of events throughout the year from laser tag to garden parties, which will provide you with a range of opportunities to get to know the lively MCR community and enjoy your time at Trinity. I’m a second year DPhil student in Oncology, researching the transcriptional response in hypoxia. When I’m not deep-in-thought about transcription in hypoxia, you might find me on the badminton court. I look forward to meeting you all in October.

Social Secretary

Natalie Ng

natalie.ng@trinity.ox.ac.uk

 

Hello everyone! I’m Natalie, one half of your social secs with Olu. It will be our duty organise a wide variety of events throughout the year from laser tag to garden parties, which will provide you with a range of opportunities to get to know the lively MCR community and enjoy your time at Trinity. I’m a second year DPhil student in Oncology, researching the transcriptional response in hypoxia. When I’m not deep-in-thought about transcription in hypoxia, you might find me on the badminton court. I look forward to meeting you all in October.

General Committee Member Leah Matchett leah.matchett@trinity.ox.ac.uk   Hi all! My name is Leah, and I'm the General Committee member this year. That means I do general stuff. Like drink tea. And play in the vegetable garden (we have a vegetable garden now! let me know if you want to help out). I'm a second year MPhil in International Relations, doing work on the Nuclear Security Summit. If you want to talk about nuclear weapons (because who doesn't love talking about those) hit me up. Also backpacking and traveling. I help all the committee members with their roles, so if you don't know who you should be talking to- I'm a great (and general) choice.

General Committee Member

Leah Matchett

leah.matchett@trinity.ox.ac.uk

 

Hi all! My name is Leah, and I'm the General Committee member this year. That means I do general stuff. Like drink tea. And play in the vegetable garden (we have a vegetable garden now! let me know if you want to help out). I'm a second year MPhil in International Relations, doing work on the Nuclear Security Summit. If you want to talk about nuclear weapons (because who doesn't love talking about those) hit me up. Also backpacking and traveling. I help all the committee members with their roles, so if you don't know who you should be talking to- I'm a great (and general) choice.

Treasurer Richard Lu richard.lu@trinity.ox.ac.uk   Hey everyone - I’m Richard and I’ll be serving as your Treasurer! I’m studying an MBA at Saïd Business School (which apparently is supposed to teach me how to do this job effectively), and I’m from the United States (… which is why I am currently not in America). My primary job, really though, is to make sure that Jason and Owain don’t bleed our coffers dry so that we can have smashing events throughout this year. In my spare time, you can find me listening to Owain speak about Wales, making dumplings in the MCR Kitchen, and thinking of my next excuse to travel.   In all seriousness, an key part of my job is to hear from you about things we can get our hands on to spice up the Trin MCR life. Do hit me up with suggestions and I’m always happy to discuss how we can shake up our piggy bank to get our hands on new kit and into new experiences.

Treasurer

Richard Lu

richard.lu@trinity.ox.ac.uk

 

Hey everyone - I’m Richard and I’ll be serving as your Treasurer! I’m studying an MBA at Saïd Business School (which apparently is supposed to teach me how to do this job effectively), and I’m from the United States (… which is why I am currently not in America). My primary job, really though, is to make sure that Jason and Owain don’t bleed our coffers dry so that we can have smashing events throughout this year. In my spare time, you can find me listening to Owain speak about Wales, making dumplings in the MCR Kitchen, and thinking of my next excuse to travel.

 

In all seriousness, an key part of my job is to hear from you about things we can get our hands on to spice up the Trin MCR life. Do hit me up with suggestions and I’m always happy to discuss how we can shake up our piggy bank to get our hands on new kit and into new experiences.