Meet ESA’s New Executive Board for 2021/22!

Posted On May 28, 2021

Following the Earth Systems Association (ESA) AGM, held on the 28th of May, the new executive board is as follows:

  • President: Massimo Bonello
  • Vice President: Julia Micallef Filletti
  • Secretary General: Joanna Camilleri
  • Activities Coordinator: Sara Anne Abela
  • Social Media Officer: Sara Lee Bonavia
  • Sustainability Officer: Lara Bajada Young
  • International Officer: Julianna Ostrowska

President-elect: Massimo Bonello

President-elect Massimo Bonello had this to say following the AGM: “I cannot be happier to have the opportunity to be the President of the Earth Systems Association (ESA). I am looking forward to continue developing the work that the previous Executive Board has developed, whilst introducing new ideas in the company of the new team. The team and I are aiming to grow ESA further by giving a voice to those students that come from an environmental background, to better their University of Malta’s experience as well as to make it one to never forget.”

On behalf of Insite Malta, we would like to congratulate the new members and wish them good luck for their future work!

Written by Robert Pisani

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