Introducing your HE Student Governor

Modupe Dosumu, UCEN Manchester HE Student Governor

Meet Modupe Dosumu, a Criminology and Criminal Justice student and your student governor.

Meet Modupe Dosumu, a Criminology and Criminal Justice student and your HE Student Governor. Modupe is a women’s interest enthusiast/advocate and also serves as the Student Representative for her course. She formerly trained in Los Angeles as a fashion and media makeup artist and previously ran her beauty E-commerce business for over 10 years. She loves to sing, salsa and cook with her girls. Her motto is to positively influence one life at a time.

Hi Modupe and congratulations on the new role! Why did you want to become the HE Student Governor?

I wanted to become a student governor to amplify the student voice to the leadership of the LTE Group.

You have a passion for women’s interests, tell us more about this?

I have a passion for women's interests’ advocacy, I want to see more opportunities and social justice available to women and girls everywhere.

What advice would you give to students who are completing assessments or exams?

Organise your time, maximise your resources, read, read and then read some more. Then rest.

What are you hoping to achieve in your new role?

I hope to get to know more of the student reps and the concerns of the students that they represent. Also, I hope to gain new executive skills and insights.

What would you say to those students who don’t know what career path they want to take?

Life is not always linear, you may need to experience a few things to get to 'it'.

What do you dream of doing in the future?

Big question, I am exploring a few options. The ultimate will be a role that advances policies which put women and girls on a stable and positive playing field.