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NHJ are passionate about Next Generation Leadership Development and all-generations dialogue and team-building.
We are growing the NHJ Under 30s forum - future leaders with wide and diverse backgrounds, interests, and skills.

Membership is by invitation only

Gareth W. Dunn, M.A., AKC


Proud of:
Founding an educational fund; rural school/orphanage in Fiji/Malawi.
Sporting achievements and Paralympic programme entry.
Slow but steady positive global shift in mentality towards preservation of the environment.
Passionate about:
Accessibility of comprehensive worldwide youth education.
MENA & East Asian politics and respective regional political reconciliation.
Political speechwriting and the linguistics of politics.
Aiming for by age 30:
Senior leadership appointment in administrative or representative politics - international or domestic - and to have completed Seven Summits of the World Challenge!

Sayagi Vallipuram


Proud of:
Accomplishments of King’s Think Tank (Presidency), bringing students closer to policy makers.
Own personal awareness and ability to hold ground.
Constant self-assessment and development in order to influence and help others.
Passionate about:
Politics, PA and advocacy, particularly FP in the Middle East.
Values of Republicanism.
The art of acting on stage and screen.
Aiming for by age 30:
Developed a practical role in public affairs.
Actively contributing and constantly learning.
Furthering crucial political and policy changes.

Christian Støtt M.A., AKC


Proud of:
Academic achievement and producing high-standard academic papers.
Social positions of responsibility; Glasgow University Nordic Society Presidency, amongst others.
Years of success and leadership in organised sports .
Constant self-assessment and development in order to influence and help others.
Passionate about:
Russian culture and political climate.
International security and governance more generally.
Competitive sport.
Aiming for by age 30:
Leadership position in the assessing of global challenges, risks and opportunities.

Emmeline Carr


Proud of:
Being one of many working to change stereotyped view of young people today.
Progress global community is making toward inclusion, equality and opportunity.
Working in a field that has a capacity to make a real and important impact on the global landscape.
Years of success and leadership in organised sports .
Constant self-assessment and development in order to influence and help others.
Passionate about:
Ensuring access to education for all.
Sparking young peoples interests in international affairs, and the issues that will impact their own futures.
Bridging divide between academic and policy makers in international affairs.
Aiming for by age 30:
Working for an organisation that has capacity to exert real change on the issues I'm passionate about - and continuing to explore the globe!