Pulse Welcomes Owen Michael Grech as the New President

Posted On December 2, 2019

Following Sunday’s Annual General Meeting, Pulse welcomes the new executive. Pulse was founded on 19th March 1997 and the aim is to represent students in both Malta and Gozo. This organisation is famous amongst students in MCAST, Gozo Sixth Form, ITS and also G.F.Abela Junior College where the team has been elected for the fourth consecutive year for KSJC.

The new members are:

Owen Michael Grech – President
Jamie Tanti – Vice President
Mildred Attard – Secretary General
Maverick Grech – Financial
Ylenia Inguanez – PRO
Kyle Barbara – International
Jaden Dimech – KE
Alexander Sammut – KPS
Kieran Borg – Media Officer
Kieran Chetcuti – JC Coordinator
Jonathan Borg – Assistant JC Coordinator
Isaak Koroma – University Coordinator
Neil Zerafa – External Coordinator
Michela Saliba – Gozo Coordinator
Daniel – HR

Owen Michael Grech, President of Pulse said to Insite Malta: “I am so grateful to occupy the role of president in an organisation that has been so successful in Malta and Gozo throughout the years. It will not be easy considering the stellar work done by those before me but with the experience I have established in recent years involved both as president of KSJC as well as in the two years I have been in the Pulse executive, I am prepared together with my team to continue to deliver Pulse to further successes and to keep all students in the centre of our work.”

In their recent post about yesterday’s AGM, Pulse said: “Pulse, yet again promises to be the voice of every student across all institutions.”

Insite Malta congratulates the past executive for their work and we wish the new team all the best for the upcoming year.

Written by Michaela Cassar

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