SDM Welcomes Keith Grima as the New President

Posted On December 8, 2019

Following yesterday’s Annual General Meeting, SDM – Studenti Demokristjani Maltin, welcomes the new executive. This organisation is well known amongst students in MCAST, Gozo Sixth Form, ITS, G.F.Abela Junior College and nonetheless the University of Malta.

The new members are:

Keith Grima – President
Luke Busuttil – Vice-President
Liam Cassar – Secretary General
Michela Pace – Assistant Secretary General
Andrew Camilleri – Financial Officer
James Balzan Sultana – Public Relations Officer
Andreas Galea – Human Resources Officer
Matthew James Debono – University Co-ordinator
Matthew Ablea Calleja – Commissioner for Education
Martina Galea Mascari – Social Policy Officer
Kyle Pace – External Officer
Christa Zahra – International Officer
Sheldon Zerafa – Events Officer
Hertian Salameh Cachia and Tristan Azzopard – Junior College Co-ordinators

Keith Grima, President of SDM said to Insite Malta: “I would firstly like to thank the outgoing executive team for their stellar work during the past year. I also look forward to starting a new term with a fresh and eager team. I’m very proud to say that this year we have a team which has loads of experience and also many fresh faces who bring with them many new ideas. Our aims for this year are that; firstly we build a core within sdm to ensure that sdm will be a strong force not only this year, but also in the years to come. We also aim to be more vocal on issues which arise during the year, both on a national and international level; and we aim to be of great help to the students we represent throughout the whole year. I look forward to working with all students and student organisations in all institutions in which sdm is present.”

SDM thanked the previous executive members: Clara Sciberras, Karl Attard, Kelly Xuereb, Martina Dimech, Ian Calafato, Andre Causon, Claire Muscat, James Farrugia and Jake Scerri for their hard work and dedication towards this organisation.

According to SDM’s Press Release: “The newly elected team is ready and geared up for another year of hard work and commitment. The leading targets of the organisation will once again be to strengthen the relationship and contact with all students across all institutions and to be on the forefront in all matters affecting students both directly and indirectly.”

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

0 Comments

Related Posts

Europe’s Largest Student Organisation to Open at MCAST

Europe’s Largest Student Organisation to Open at MCAST

The Erasmus Student Network (ESN), Europe’s largest student organisation, is set to expand its presence in Malta and open a section at the Malta College of Arts, Science, and Technology (MCAST). Established in 1990, ESN is present in 42 countries and in over 1,000...

ESA is Encouraging Sustainable Fashion This Freshers’ Week

ESA is Encouraging Sustainable Fashion This Freshers’ Week

Freshers’ Week is one of the most talked about events at UM which means organizations are hard at work preparing! This usually results into these organizations producing branded t-shirts but not ESA. This year, apart from being the first student organization to...