The King’s Think Tank is student-led, meaning every single committee member is a student from King’s College London. Our team of volunteers works tirelessly throughout the academic year to put on terrific events with high-profile speakers and offer students the opportunity to have their policy ideas heard by MPs, experts, and influential figures.
I am a third year International Relations student. I am particularly interested in the future of global governance and its relationship with nationalism. I am also very passionate about conflict management and peacekeeping.
~ Matias Salo, President
I am a third year History student who is interested in the adaptation of power structures in post-colonial Africa. I also find the malleability of identity fascinating, especially in regard to the concepts of eurocentrism and orientalism. I have an undeniable soft spot for the Enlightenment as well.
~ Katharina Fletcher, Vice President
I am a third year History and International Relations student. I am particularly interested in cybersecurity and challenges posed to societies and governments by the Information Age.
~ Anya Herne, Head Editor
I am a third year History and International Relations student. I am interested in the environment and human rights, particularly plastic policy and policy relating to the climate crisis.
~ Julia Sandberg, Head Editor
I am a fourth year medical student with a deep interest in health policy, financial management and entrepreneurship.
~ Yusuf Sheikh, Treasurer
I am a second year Korean student studying International Relations. I am especially interested in the East Asian power game and the influence of education on the socio-economic development of Southeast Asian countries.
~ ByeongKyu Jun (Colin), Communications Director
I am a second year Geography BSc student and plan on going into environmental law after by bachelors. Besides maps and protecting the environment, I also enjoy learning and debating about politics, playing volleyball and drinking above the daily recommended amount of coffee.
~ Francesca Fletcher, Social Secretary