Athishan Vettivetpillai

Heya! My name’s Atti and I’m a third-year mathematician, sports enthusiast and food lover – however since becoming JCR President, I am just a food-lover who occasionally ponders physical mathematics. In spite of this, my skills go beyond restaurant and fast-food recommendations; as your JCR President my main role is communicating the views of the whole undergraduate body at Jesus to both the college and the wider university, especially through college committees and chairing JCR meetings. On a day-to-day basis I oversee the JCR Committee and help them as they build on the work of their predecessors – always seeking to improve in whatever way possible. I’m always around college, so please come and find me, or drop me an email, if you ever have any questions, comments or concerns – I’d love to hear them!!

Matthew Cook
Treasurer/Vice President

Hi, my name’s Matt and I am this year’s Vice-President/ Treasurer. I’m a third year PPEist originally from New Zealand and play football for Jesus as well as co-captaining the Mixed Lacrosse side. My role involves managing and planning JCR spending, from social events to sports equipment, as well as the money that is available to JCR members via JCR motions. I’m also passionate about access and outreach efforts so try to get involved on that front too. Please do email me if you have any questions about JCR accounts or what the JCR can provide for you!

Laura Jackson

I’m Laura, a third year geographer and the Secretary for this year! I put together the agendas, powerpoints and minutes for JCR meetings, send out notices and manage the JCR’s communications more generally. If you would like to get in touch with the Committee, please send me an email or catch me in college – we would love to hear from you!

Olivia Cook
Welfare Officer


Asa Kerr-Davis
Men's Welfare Rep

Hi there! My name’s Asa and I’m a third year historian. As men’s welfare rep I work with Marina to make sure all things welfare are working properly in college. That includes organising welfare events from welfare teas to welfare weekend, providing welfare supplies in the JCR locker or by pidge, and organising JCR welfare activities like Welfairy and finalists’ massages. Marina and I are always looking for new and creative ideas to make welfare provision at Jesus better than ever before, so do get in touch with any suggestions you think of. I’ll be joining our team of trained Peer Supporters in Trinity 2018, but in the meantime, do drop me an email or Facebook message if you fancy a chat about anything at all, big or small!

Isobel Blythe
Access Rep

David Roddy
Academic Affairs Rep

I’m David, you’re Academic Affairs Rep. for the year. It’s my job help with any questions about the academic side of your time here and to represent you at the College’s academic committee. Drop me an email if you have any questions.

Peter Todd
Charities Rep

Hey, my name’s Peter and I’m a third year chemist.
When I’m not stuck in the library or crying about getting 0g of product in labs, you can find me almost anywhere – rowing on the Isis, out for a run to blow off steam, in goal for Jesus Hockey, dominating the Oxford lacrosse scene with Jesus Mixed LAX or throwing myself around a badminton court. I also love to swim, and you’re very likely to hear about it…
This year I’m the JCR Charities Rep, and I’ll be organising socials to raise funds – from JCR concerts to charity crewdates, I’m planning it all! – and scheming various projects to support our elected charities. So stay tuned and get involved!! I’d love to see as many of you as possible pitch in if you can 🙂
My special skill is tactical napping and my greatest life achievement was pulling away from standstill in 4th gear. I’m always keen to help out, so if there’s anything I can do for you, just give us a shout!

Calvados Che
Arts Officer

Hal Wilkinson
Sports Rep

Will Taylor

As OUSU rep I’m responsible for representing Jesus at the fortnightly OUSU meetings. I listen to the JCR’s thoughts on issues that are raised by the wider student body, and then communicate these to OUSU. It’s a fun, challenging, but ultimately highly fulfilling role which I greatly enjoy.

Victoria Liu
Equal Opportunities Rep

My role is to promote equality as I work with a sub-committee composed of a BME rep, Disabilities rep, Interfaith rep, International Students’rep, JMS rep, LGBTQIA+ reps, and Women’s rep. We work hand in hand to make sure all voices are heard in college and that our community thrives from its differences and comes together as an inclusive and accepting environment.

Alex Grodner
Environment & Ethics Officer


Joe Hoyle
ACC Officer

My name is Joe and I’ll be your Bar and Food rep for 2018. We’ve got lots of exciting things happening this year, the most important of which will be the renovations to the college bar. Other projects happening at the moment include our Focus on Food initiative, which is looking to improve choice in Hall and to expand our provision for vegan and vegetarian members. Let me know if you would like more information as to what my role involves and, as always, do get in touch if you’re looking at putting an event on in the bar.


Viorel Tataru
IT Officer

Jonny Aubrey
Social Secretary

Hey! I’m Jonny and I’m a third year physicist and I’m the Social Secretary for this year.
I have the best job because I get to organise all the big social events in college, and make sure we all have the best possible time. Of course there’s work at Oxford but I can guarantee there’s definitely a lot of time for fun as well. If you have any questions regarding the social scene in Oxford don’t hesitate to send me an email. I look forward to speaking to you!

Annie Han
Entz Officer