ACE

What does ACE do?

The Activities Committee of Etcetera plans fun events for members throughout the year. Their events include game nights, film screenings and pub crawls!

Current ACE members

Chair – Alexander Kesting: “Hi everyone, I’m Alexander. I’m very much looking forward to having a fun time with ACE this year. I have many random facts floating around in my brain like the DVD logo trying to hit the corner of the screen, so if you want to chat, that’s a good start!”

Secretary & Vice-Chair – Recheza Vriesde: “Hi, I’m Recheza Vriesde, but you’ll probably get to know me as Chez (like the game but with a ‘z’). I’d like to say asking me to play a round with you is a good ice breaker, however, I’m not that good so maybe just talk books with me instead.”

Treasurer – Maeva Sideroff: “Hey! I’m Maeva and the most important thing to know about me is that I absolutely love taking naps (at least I’ll always be well rested before the fun activities we’ll plan)”

Social Media Manager – Léa Vandervorst: “Hi, my name is Léa Vandervorst and I don’t have much to say except that I love cooking (and eating lmao) and I absolutely love cats. I also love to meet new people so don’t hesitate to talk to me if you see me.”

As a member of ACE, you participate in a committee meeting once a week to discuss and organise future events.

There are several positions available:

Chair: As the chair of a committee you are in charge of running the meetings and making sure every member is on track with their tasks.

Secretary: The secretary handles the committee’s email and is responsible for contacting partners for collaborations.

Social Media Manager: You will be in charge of the social media presence of your committee. This includes writing promotions for your events, as well as a review of the event. You will publish these posts on our Facebook page. It will also be your job to take pictures during the events to be published with your review.

Treasurer: The treasurer is handling the finances of the committee. This will be particularly important towards the end of the year when you’ll be organising a big event.