Meet the Board

In addition to the faction, Lijst Bèta is supported by a board which oversees the association. They are responsible for organizing events, promotion, and maintaining the member list.

Hi, I’m Lucy! After completing my Bachelor’s degree in Applied Mathematics last year, I just started the corresponding Master programme. Besides being busy with studying, I like to be even more busy by doing lots of extracurricular activities. I have been active in the Faculty Student Council of the faculty EEMCS and I was a student member of the Board of Studies for Applied Mathematics for 2 years. Before, I was also part of the board of my study association, W.I.S.V. ‘Christiaan Huygens’, as Commissioner of Applied Mathematics Education Affairs (quite the title :)). As you can see, the trend in my extracurriculars has been education and student participation. I therefore decided to take this one step broader, and became a member of Lijst Bèta.

Within the board, I am the Chair, which means that I oversee all of the board. I am responsible for formalities such as the general assembly, I make sure that we as the board organise events for students to join, and I ensure that all goes well within the board. My goal is to get to know and connect with more people from the TU Delft, besides everyone I got to know from my own faculty, and use this connection for a better TU Delft for all of us.

Hi! I am Rila Melek Sehirlioglu, and I am currently in my second year of Nanobiology. I am also the secretary and treasurer of Board 13 of Lijst Beta this year.

My responsibilities are to keep track of the budget and to update you, our lovely members, on board activities.

I am sharing the portfolios of Sustainability and Diversity&Inclusion with two other board members this year. We aim to make our campaigning efforts eco-friendly in an effort to promote sustainability on campus. Moreover, our goal for D&I this year is to help instigate more inclusive decision making by TU Delft with consideration of the various needs of the students.

In my free time, apart from science, I like to be involved in the arts. I enjoy going to concerts and playing my clarinet.

Hello reader! I’m Mitali, a Lijst beta board member dedicated to work on promotions for the academic year 2023-2024. I am a part of the Faculty of Civil Engineering and Geoscience where I completed my bachelors in Applied Earth Sciences and currently pursuing master in Environmental Engineering. I was a part of the Faculty Student Council of the same faculty where I focused on trying to address problems students face and administrating the working of the council.

My main role in the board is to help promote the events and activities performed by Lijst beta. I’m excited to bring creativity and enthusiasm to our events. Additionally, I’ll be rolling up my sleeves to contribute to the education and wellbeing portfolios which are two of the main pillar of this association. I am looking forward to foster healthy and wealthy (by immense knowledge) environment within the university. Please do not hesitate to contact me or the board for any valuable ideas or suggestions you might have 🙂

Hello! My name is Monika and I am a 3rd year nanobiology student from Poland. In the board I am taking care of D&I and wellbeing portfolios. Privately, I am a big animal lover. Together, I hope, we can make the campus a better place for everyone.

Hello, I’m Albaraa Khalil, but you can call me Berry. I recently started a MSc in Nanobiology and completed my BSc at TU Delft in the same field.

Last year, I focused on Diversity, Equity & Inclusion within the Faculty of Applied Sciences. Currently, I’m a member of the Central Student Council, representing Lijst Bèta, where one of my roles is Internal Affairs in the Faction and thus QQ of the board. I work on enhancing well-being, diversity and inclusion, integrating international students, and fostering international collaboration at TU Delft.

My goal is to improve our association and connect it with the faction to provide an inclusive and sustainable educational environment for TU Delft students.

As a fun fact, I’m Egyptian and enjoy painting and cooking.