The EYPUK Alumni Association Executive comprises of members elected by the wider Alumni Association, to fulfil a term of one year on the Committee of EYPUK. They are the direct liaison to the wider alumni community and help run regional fora, plan EurVoice events, facilitate and prepare social events and are generally the driving force on the ground. They work closely and on a daily basis with the Board of Trustees and their respective advisors. The President of the Alumni Association Executive leads the other members and reports to the Board of Trustees during committee meetings.


My name is Luke, and I am the President of EYPUK. This means that alongside my executive team, I am responsible for the day to day running of the organisation, from fundraising and events, to outreach and ensuring we meet our goals. I have been involved in EYP since 2017, and this is my second year on the executive board. Outside of EYP, I study politics and philosophy at the LSE, and take a keen interest in anything which gives young people a platform to come together and collaborate. If you have any questions or queries please don’t hesitate to get in touch with me or another member of the executive. (


Hi there, I’m Mark and I’m very excited to be one of the Regional Forum Coordinators for EYPUK in 2019/20! I genuinely feel that EYP has changed my life by helping me develop a huge array of skills and meet so many motivated young people. Regional Forums are usually a student’s first experience of EYP, so I’m determined to work with the next set of Head Organisers to ensure that the 2020 Regional Forums are as rewarding as they can be. Outside of EYP, I’m a first year student at the University of Glasgow, studying Finance and Mathematics. (


My name is Charlotte Murphy and I’m one of the Regional Forum Coordinators for 2019/20. I’m originally from the East of Scotland, however I am now in my first year studying Pharmacology at the University of Glasgow. I have been involved in EYP since 2017 and it’s provided me so many truly wonderful experiences, opening doors to many opportunities and allowing my to grow and develop enormously. I’m really excited to work with the National Committee over the coming year and alongside the Head Organisers to successfully deliver the regional forums and bring in some exciting changes. (


Salutations, I’m Andy and I am delighted to be taking up the role of EurVoice coordinator for 2019/20. EurVoice is an outreach programme unique to EYPUK which focuses on ensuring that the voices of all young people throughout the UK are heard, regardless of any sort of demographic. Having been involved in EYP for just over a year, I already feel that I have obtained some incredibly valuable new skills, not to mention friends, and cannot wait to see where this wonderful organisation will take me next. Outside of EYP [It does exist!] I study Law at Wadham College, University of Oxford, having recently moved there from my native residence 'Up North' [Scotland]. (


Hi everyone! My name is Iain and, alongside Emma, I am the Communications Coordinator for the following year. I am currently a first year at Abertay University up in Dundee. I have been involved with EYP for just over two years, and I've worked in places from Reykjavik to Basel. EYP brings joy into my daily life. Any message from someone within EYP brings culture into my day to day, getting to see posts shared by friends I've met across the globe. It lets me see what's going on in the world and in countries other than my own. If that sounds like something you would enjoy, don't be afraid to get in touch with any one of us! You can get ahold of me on our Facebook pages, or via email. (


Hi there! I'm Emma, and I am one of the Communications Coordinators for 2019/20. I've just started studying at the University of Exeter and I am having a wonderful time. Alongside Iain, I make sure that EYPUK retains a strong media presence, and I work particularly closely with our Instagram. I attended my first EYP session as recently as 2018, and here I am now working on the committee. If you're willing to really throw yourself into the activities of EYP, I am proof that you'll have a wonderful time. Indeed, I just got back from my first EYP session abroad as a Chairperson in Finland! I look forward to keeping you updated on all things EYP over this coming year. (


 Hi, I'm Josh and I will be your Alumni Development Officer for 2019/20! I study Music at the University of Cardiff. I am unbelievably passionate about music, and I think it might be the only thing that exceeds my passion for EYP. I was a delegate at Summer Nationals 2017 and was selected to attend Thrace International Forum a few months later, where I had a terrific time. Since then, I've head organised a National Session of the EYPUK, giving back to a new wave of participants; hopefully, you! I am really excited for this new role of Alumni Development Officer, keeping EYPUK's alumni as active as possible in EYP over the coming year. Entering the world of EYP can be both amazing and slightly confusing at times, so if you ever have any questions about how to stay involved, please do contact me and I will be more than happy to help. (


My name is Eleanor, and I’m the Fundraising Officer for 2019/20. I’m a second year History and Politics Student at the University of Cambridge, and I’ve been involved with EYP since 2017. Since then, I’ve come to recognise the fantastic work that EYP does in empowering everyone involved to make a difference. My role is to ensure that EYP can continue with its amazing work, and help more young people than ever to get involved in the political sphere, however that may be, and make their voice heard. If you have any ideas or queries regarding fundraising, please do get in touch. (

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