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Welcome Jeremy Ryall to the OD offices!

Founders OD Jeremy Ryall (2014F) has joined the OD union offices on a part time basis.
Jeremy Ryall (2014F)
Jeremy Ryall (2014F)
Welcome Jeremy Ryall to the OD offices!
 
We would like to announce the arrival of Founders OD Jeremy Ryall to the OD offices. He will be working part time with the role of content administrator. With his Honours degree in Journalism, Jeremy will be growing the Union’s online presence through social media and improving growth on OD connect as a result. He says he is happy to be back at a place where he has many fond memories, including those made on the Woodlands astro, where he will be based in the Mitre!
 

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