Fanni Mattsson elected Former of the Board and Sakari Ropponen Chair of the Representative Council

Aalto University Student Union's Representative Council elected Fanni Mattsson Former of the Board and Sakari Ropponen Chair of the Representative Council in 2024.
Sakari Ropponen and Fanni Mattsson looking happy and holding flower bouquets

At its first meeting AYYE 1/2024 on Tuesday, 14 Nov, AYY’s new Representative Council elected Fanni Mattsson as the Former of the Board and Sakari Ropponen as the Chair of the 2024 Representative Council.

Former of the Board Fanni Mattsson is a sixth-year student at the School of Engineering. For the past year, she has been AYY’s board member with the responsibilities of real estate, campus, student centre and sustainability. Before that she has been active in the Representative Council, Teekkari Section, Fuksi Committee, and the Guild of Civil Engineering.

Chair of the Representative Council Sakari Ropponen is a sixth-year student at the School of Electrical Engineering. During this year Ropponen has been a part of AYY’s Teekkari Section, and before that he has been active in the Automation and Systems Engineering Guild.

The Former of the Board will make a proposal on the 2024 AYY Board to the Representative Council. The Chair of the Representative Council is responsible for the general activities of the RepCo, such as the preparation of meetings and the chairing of meetings.

Congratulations to the elected persons and thank you to all applicants!

There’s still time to apply to become the Vice Chair of the RepCo (DL: 5 Dec) or a Member of AYY Board (DL: 16 Nov). Read more on the other volunteer possibilities on this page.

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