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The Executive of the Association consists of the Officers of the Committee, who are student members. We’re always looking for enthusiastic people to get involved in running CUCA. If you want to know more, please ask an officer at any meeting, or send an email to email@example.com.
Senior and Honorary Officers
The Association has Honorary Officers comprising a President, any number of Patrons and up to 20 Vice-Presidents. These offices must be held by people of distinction who are supporters of the Conservative cause. The Senior Treasurer is a member of the House of Regents of the University.
The Rt Hon The Lord Howard of Lympne
Former Home Secretary and Leader of the Party 2003-05. Lord Howard is a graduate of Peterhouse and whilst at the University was both Secretary of CUCA and President of the Cambridge Union Society.
The Rt. Hon. Andrew Mitchell MP
Formerly Government Chief Whip and Secretary of State for International Development. Mr Mitchell is a graduate of Jesus College. Whilst at Cambridge, he served as Chairman of CUCA as well as President of the Union.
Dr Nigel Allington of Downing College
The Senior Treasurer, a senior member of the University, is responsible for overseeing the activities and supervising the accounts of the Association’s accounts. Dr Allington is an affiliated lecturer in the department of land economy.
The Executive, responsible for being the day-to-day management of the Association
James Mottram, Selwyn College
The Chairman is responsible for the overall running of the Association and organisation of events for the period of their office. They are the public face of the society.
Radley Cunliffe, Homerton College
The Chairman-Elect assists the Chairman in their duties and prepares for taking over the role of Chairman the following term.
Michael Dunn Goekjian, Trinity College
The JT, under the supervision of the Senior Treasurer, is responsible for the financial affairs of the Association.
Tom Wheeldon, Corpus Christi College
The Campaigns Officer organises campaigns and events which promote any cause of the Conservative Party.
Melissa Macdonald, Homerton College
The Speakers Officer is responsible for the planning and execution of the speaker-based events (individual speaker, debate, forum) of their term.
Callum Campbell, Fitzwilliam College
The Communications Officer is responsible for the promotion of the Association’s public profile, events programme and the recruitment of members.
||Social Ents Officer
Dan Jennings, Corpus Christi College
The Social Events Officer shall be responsible for organising a programme of social events for the term they are in office.
Samuel Carr, Robinson College
The Secretary is responsible for the the administration of the Committee and its members.
Former Chairmen in Residence
Members in statu pupillari who have previously served as Chairman
Hugh Burling, St John’s College
Chairman, Easter 2009
Callum Wood, Queens’ College
Chairman, Lent 2011
Ingram Davidson, Trinity College
Chairman, Lent 2013
David Cowan, Christ’s College
Chair, Michaelmas 2013