Georgie is a fourth year medical student at King's college. She previously held the role of Women's Captain and hopes to use her organisational skills and close connection to the club in her new role as President. Georgie is very involved with the Club's competitive performance and as president hopes to further CUCPSC's strength through frequent training, competitions and experimentation of new disciplines of shooting.
Lawrence is a third year reading Economics at Pembroke College. Lawrence has previously held the roles of Social Secretary and Treasurer and now wants to use his experience from those roles and from his studies to further strengthen the Club. In addition to his roles with CUCPSC he is also Treasurer for Cambridge University Polo Club.
Nick has just started his PhD in experimental condensed matter physics at Jesus College. Like most of this year's executive committee, he was previously the Club's Social Secretary. In this role he was responsible for the organisation and fulfilment of club events. As Treasurer he aims to streamline the club accounts and ensure future Treasurers can maintain them properly. He has hunted game since a young age but only picked up competitive clay pigeon shooting in 2020 with the Club. Nick is now a competitive member of the club.
Phoebe is a third-year undergraduate student reading History at Homerton college. Since joining the club in her first term she has attended many social events and has shot frequently. Phoebe previously held the roles of social and social media secretary where she maintained our public facing platform and helped to further relationships with our valued sponsors and the wider club. As secretary she will now be the at the heart of the day-to-day running of the club and will oversee all administrative matters.
Team Manager and Quartermaster
Jacob is a fourth year Engineer at Girton, he is delighted to have been part of the Club since joining in his first term in 2019. His goal as Quartermaster is to make shooting fun, safe, and accessible to everyone be it casually, competitively or both. In his new role as Team Manager he hopes to engage with the club as the face of competitions.
Tor is a fourth year at Trinity College reading Chemical Engineering. Though he only joined CUCPSC in Michaelmas of his third year, Tor has become an involved member of the shooting and social scenes of the Club. He hopes to keep alive the active and varied social life of the shooting Club in his new role.
Social Media Secretary
Serena is a second year at Newnham College reading Psychological and Behavioural Sciences. She has been actively involved with the club since her first year and is excited to continue her involvement this year as a competitive member. Serena hopes to use her role as social media secretary to encourage others to take part in the club's activities by promoting some of the events and opportunities offered.
Thomas has just begun his PhD in Polymer Chemistry at the department for materials science and metallurgy and is a member of Hughes Hall. With a years experience in the club Thomas will be co-social-sec this year, aiding Tor in his lifelong goal of keeping CUCPSC the thoroughly sociable organisation it has always been, As an aside, Thomas enjoys side-by-sides, brown sauce and English sporting. He also fears DTL over-and-unders and deceptive crows.
Tom is a third year at Pembroke College studying French and Italian - currently on his year abroad. Outside of CUCPSC, Tom is a keen entomophile - as a lover of creepy crawlies he's always looking out for good legs (just like on his wine).
Chairman of The 1978 Club
Max is an alumnus of Christ's College, where he read History. As Chairman of The 1978 Club, Max organises the continued involvement of alumni and their support for CUCPSC. He joined in his second year and served on the committee as Secretary, as well as frequently competing for the Club.
Will is a fourth year PhD student in Plant Sciences and a member of Corpus Christi College. He brings over a decade of experience in the world of clay pigeon shooting and after serving diligently as Club President he will now be aiding as Club Advisor.
Elizabeth is an undergraduate third year student reading Law at Girton College. She joined the Club in late 2020 and acted as club Secretary from 2021-22. As a final year student she will now take on the role as advisor to the Club.
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