Hi! I'm Zahra, your Vice President for Diversity and Wellbeing...

Empowering students and raising awareness for women's issues, LGBTQIA+, Students of Colour and focusing on our student experience post pandemic. Who Can? Zahra Khan.

As a Scottish Pakistani queer woman with PTSD, I understand how difficult it can be to engage with institutions. Through my work as a student rep I understand how vast those barriers have become. I will use my skills to empower students facing adversities, especially women, those with Additional Support Needs, Students of Colour, Mature students and the LGBTQIA+ community.

The big issue facing us at college is the mental health crisis. College last year was rough, with hardships endured by most of us. I learned many students weren’t aware of their rights, or of help available to them. I believe more wellbeing workshops and inclusive campaigns on the anxieties of “returning to normal” are needed alongside mental health support for students.

I believe we need more engagement from the college, its affiliated groups and the local community which can be facilitated through CitySA. I have loved working cohesively with other education institutions for a better experience for students nationally, for our college students. For example, last year I brought an affiliated Amnesty International Student Group to parliament focusing on human rights, which has now being set up.

This year I hope to champion these campaigns, to engage with societies and work tirelessly for you. I will listen, support and raise awareness for issues affecting you. Let us be proactive, not reactive!



Contact Zahra

Coming soon!


City Campus

Students’ Association
City of Glasgow College
Second Floor
190 Cathedral Street
G4 0RF
t: 0141 375 5322

Riverside Campus

Students’ Association
City of Glasgow College
Ground Floor
21 Thistle Street
G5 9XB
t: 0141 375 5600

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