Join us at the Career Panel: A Philosophy Alumni Supporting you to think about your next steps
Wednesday, 24th of March 3:00-4:30pm (look out for a zoom link which will be sent by email)
Are you thinking about your next steps after graduating? Now is a good time to begin reflecting on what you might want to do next, whether this is further study or applying for jobs. The Philosophy Department, in collaboration with the KCL Alumni Association (KCLA), has organised a panel Q&A with three recent graduates to talk about their different career experiences and to give you some tips and support when you’re thinking through your next steps. The panel consists of:
- Hannah Bondi – Public Affairs Coordinator at the International Justice Mission, a non-governmental anti-slavery organisation.
- Kristina Pakhomchik – Strategy Officer at the World Ethical Data Forum, a non-profit organisation focused on the ethical development of technology.
- Esther Ezegbe – Digital Relationship Manager at ikigai, a start up app which combines wealth management and everyday banking. Founder of Root2philosophy, which aims to improve access to study philosophy for Black and minority ethnic people.
The session will be introduced and compered by Benjamin Hunt, previous President of the King’s students’ union 2016-17, who now works in education policy at the regulator for higher education, the Office for Students.