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President Anya is a final year law student from Singapore and is currently serving her second year on the KWIL committee. Passionate about gender equality, she hopes that KWIL events will not only empower female students, but also create a welcoming environment for students from all genders, ethnicities and backgrounds to partake in discussions surrounding inclusivity in the legal sector.
Vice President Dalia is a second year LLB student from Kenya and was First-Year Ambassador last year. As Vice-President, Dalia oversees the committee, makes sure the society runs smoothly and supports the President. She enjoys being part of KWIL because of the opportunity to explore different career paths, while focusing on diversity within the legal sector. She also joined the committee due to the friendly and supportive atmosphere it offered.
Treasurer Sandli is a second year LLB student from India. She decided to get involved in KWIL to help students, like herself, better engage with the important conversation surrounding diversity and gender equality in the legal profession. As Treasurer, she is responsible for liaising with sponsors and managing society funding to make sure that the society has the resources to pursue its various endeavours.
Mother Daughter Network Coordinator Aliya is a final year Law student from London. She has been a member of KWIL since her first year, and was inspired to join KWIL as she wanted to create and be a part of more discussions about gender equality and diversity within the legal sphere. As Mother Daughter Network Coordinator, she is keen to facilitate mentorships between students and women in the legal sector regardless of background or practice area.
Olivia Arana Figueroa
Head of International Ambassadors Olivia is a second year law student from Bolivia. She was inspired to get involved with King’s Women in Law after attending the International Law Panel and taking part in the Mother-Daughter Network. In her free time she enjoys watching football and reading Latin-American novels. She hopes to make a difference in the King’s Community with her role as Head of International Ambassadors.
Head of Marketing Czarlene is a second-year History student. As a member of KWIL in her first year, it inspired her to get involved after meeting inspirational women and becoming aware of the inequality in career progression in the legal sector between men and women. She hopes to encourage non- law students to join the society and become aware of KWIL's values.
Head of Operations Anne is a final year Law student from Singapore. She has a keen interest in gender studies and was motivated to join KWIL because she wanted to contribute to its mission of making the legal industry more inclusive to all. As Head of Operations, she’s responsible for writing the monthly newsletter and keeping track of Committee members’ tasks.
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