USASA Student Board

The USASA Board, made up of 15 elected UniSA students, is the peak decision-making committee at USASA. The student board is passionate about representing the students of UniSA.

The Board has an overarching responsibility to manage the conduct of USASA’s business and affairs. It is also responsible for the management and control of USASA’s funds and property.

Click on a student rep’s image to view their contact details and profile to learn more.

Campus Representatives

Past Board Members

  • Student President - Noah Beckmann
  • Post Graduate Representative - Lekshmi (Lex) Shylaja
  • International Representative -Melinda Ho
  • Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Representative - Rhys Peden
  • City East Representatives - Timothy Pham, Jenny Chen
  • City West Representatives - Linus Johnston, Ned Feary
  • Magill Representatives - Emily Williams, Arunika Dutta
  • Mawson Lakes Representatives - Jaisree Ravichandran, Joshua Steele
  • Mount Gambier Representative - Lauren Baum
  • Whyalla Representative -Dianne Wilkins
  • Student President - Noah Beckmann
  • Post Graduate Representative - Lekshmi (Lex) Shylaja
  • International Representative -Melinda Ho
  • Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Representative - Rhys Peden
  • City East Representatives - Timothy Pham, Jenny Chen
  • City West Representatives - Linus Johnston, Ned Feary
  • Magill Representatives - Emily Williams, Arunika Dutta
  • Mawson Lakes Representatives - Jaisree Ravichandran, Joshua Steele
  • Mount Gambier Representative - Lauren Baum
  • Whyalla Representative -Dianne Wilkins

The University of South Australia Student Association acknowledges the Kaurna, Boandik and Barngarla First Nations People as the traditional custodians of the unceded lands now home to the University of South Australia’s campuses in Adelaide, Mount Gambier and Whyalla. We respectfully acknowledge their Ancestors and Elders, past, present and emerging. We also acknowledge the Traditional Custodians and their Ancestors of the lands and waters across Australia. It was and always will be Aboriginal land.

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