Justine McCluskey, President
Rob Rosie, Vice President
Chris Duffy, Secretary
Chris McFadyen, Treasurer
Dovydas Kuliešas, Campaigns Officer
Born and raised in Vilnius, Lithuania. Got interested in Scottish culture and history by sheer accident at a fairly young age, and Scottish politics, along with Scottish independence, wasn't too big a leap to make when I got old enough to comprehend any of it. Followed the 2014 referendum campaign virtually from the moment it was announced to its conclusion; got involved in GUSNA when I came to study here at Glasgow a year later.
Third year student. Interested in history (which I study), politics (which I also study), gaming (which I unfortunately don't study), fantasy literature, writing, rock music and language learning. Fluent in Lithuanian, English and Russian, learning Scottish Gaelic.
Still not sure how I got onto the exec.
Christina Cannon, Equalities Officer
Rob hails from Aberdeen in the North East of Scotland. He joined the SNP after the Scottish Independence Referendum and has campaigned for both Alex Salmond in the 2015 General Election and Mark McDonald in the 2016 Scottish Parliament Election. Shortly after the Holyrood election Rob moved to Glasgow to study Law and joined GUSNA. His interests include politics, gaming and occasionally Scuba Diving. Lately Rob has been lobbying the SNP to change their anti GM crop stance.
Originally from Dundee, Chris has been based in Glasgow since 2013, having come to study physics and astrnomy. He first became actively involed in the Scottish Indendence Referendum Campaign then after being a long time supporter, and joining the SNP not long after the vote. Since then, Chris has been active throughout the party having campaigning across the city, and most notably in the Student and Youth wings, where he also sits on the Glasgow Youth Regional Executive.
Since joining the GUSNA executive in 2016, Chris has overseen major constituional reform, with a view to increasing participation and the representation of women. Chris was also heavily involved in the successful election of Aamer Anwar as Rector of the University of Glasgow, the GUSNA backed candidate.
His interests include Eurovision, film, current affairs and technology.