DSEP is run by an exec consisting of seven members, which is elected at a general meeting (normally the Annual General Meeting (AGM) held in April/May). All members of DSEP can run for any position in the DSEP exec, but we encourage those interested in the exec to get involved in the society before running for a position.
The exec is lead by The President together with the Vice President. The Vice President is currently responsible for the work on the curriculum in the Economics course. The Secretary is responsible for the administrative work of the society, and The Treasurer keeps control of the society’s economy, including sponsorship. The Publicity Officer is responsible for the graphical work and makes sure the society is visible through social media and other platforms. The Event Officer is responsible for all the events hosted by DSEP, pluralist sessions being the most important one. The Public Education Officer (currently inactive) is responsible for the work on making economics accessible in our local community.
Nikhil Ghosh (20) is from Kolkata, India and is President of the Society. He studies PPE in the second year, Trevelyan College.
Damla Yilmaz (20) is from İzmir, Turkey and is Vice-President of DSEP. She studies PPE in the third year, University College.
Tanya Goiporia (21) is from Mumbai, India but lives in Dubai and is the Treasurer of DSEP. She studies Economics in the third year, University College.
Acacia To (19) is from Hong Kong and is co-Curriculum officer of DSEP. She’s a 2nd year PPEist at Mary’s.
Andrew Chang (20) is from Taipei, Taiwan but lives in South Africa and is co-Curriculum officer of DSEP. He studies Combined Honours (Economics, History and Philosophy) in the second year, Collingwood College.
Isaac von Kaufmann (19) is from Kent, UK and is the Events Officer of the Society. He studies Economics with Management in the 2nd year, University College.
Anita Braga (20) is from Rome, Italy and is Editor of DSEP’s Magazine The Pluralist. She studies PPE in the third year, Van Mildert College.