Arts, Humanities and Cultures Faculty Student Advisory Board (SAB)

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Members of the Student Advisory Board speak from perspectives that are often under-represented. Board members may include students from minoritised ethnic communities, disabled and neurodiverse students, students who are the first in their family to attend university, LGBTQI+ students, mature students, care-experienced students and students who are carers.

The purpose of the Board is:

  • To amplify the voices of students from specific communities and/or equality groups and enhance AHC understanding of barriers to student success.
  • To advise on equality and diversity-related aspects of student education provision in AHC and make a positive impact on decision-making process in student education developments.

The current members of the Board are:

  • Becky Miller
  • Beth Norfolk
  • Daanyaal Zahid
  • Gabrielle Moldauer
  • Isa Leung
  • Isabel Hasani
  • Rica Peters
  • Saba Siddiqui
  • Sadie Augier
  • Sidharth Thombrakudiyil Biju
  • Teddy Ndlovu
  • Trinity Welch-Price

You can view recent Board meeting summaries and key Board outputs via Sharepoint (internal use only). Sign up to the FAHCSAB mailing list to be linked to these summaries and other key Board outputs as these are produced.

A copy of the FAHCSAB Report 2020-2023, looking back at the first three years of FAHCSAB, is available upon request by contacting Student Success Officer, Steven Clark (

If you are a student or staff member who would like to suggest a matter for the Board to consider, you can do so using the following contact form.

If you are a student interested in becoming a member of the Board, you can register your interest using this expression of interest form. Recruitment typically happens at the start of the academic year.

For more information please contact Student Success Officer, Steven Clark (