Sophie-May Kerr has been integral to running the Human Geography Society and has been the driving force behind the society’s success.
This year, Sophie-May forged connections between students, staff and the wider community. She worked closely with staff from the School of Geography and Sustainable Communities (SGSC) to provide support to students and in August, collaborated with SGSC to organise the Geography Careers Breakfast. In the same month, she organised a collaboration with SCARF in the event “Our Shared Humanity: Insights into the refugee experience” and engaged undergraduate students in leadership positions at the event.
Under her leadership, the society has created a strong network for like-minded students, staff and community members to engage with and promote the discipline of Human Geography.
Congratulations Sophie-May on all your hard work this year!