Vice presidents Stephen Nuttall - Vice-President for Engagement Stephen Nuttall has worked in the media and technology sectors for 30 years, most recently being the Senior Director leading the EMEA region at Google/YouTube and prior to that as Sky's Group Commercial Director. He has a degree in Physics and Applied Physics with Electronics from the University of Nottingham and an MBA from the Scuola di Direzione Aziendale at Bocconi University in Milan. Deborah Bull, Vice-President for Cultural Development Deborah joined King's College London in 2012 following a long and successful career in the arts, first as performer and, more recently, as creative leader and cultural commentator. She is also Vice-President for Cultural Development for the BSA. She danced with The Royal Ballet from 1981 until 2001, and joined the Royal Opera House Executive in 2001, becoming Creative Director in 2008 and taking the lead on the organisation’s Olympic programming. Over the last fifteen years, her work for television and radio includes the award winning The Dancer's Body and Travels with my Tutu (BBC2) and, for BBC Radio 3 and 4, programmes on topics as diverse as dance, the law and ageing. Following her appearance at the Oxford Union in 1996 and a subsequent invitation to deliver the Annual Arts Council Lecture the same year, she has written and spoken on the arts across a wide range of media and in 1998 she was awarded a CBE for her contribution to the arts. She has served on Arts Council England, as a Governor of the BBC, as a judge for the 2010 Man Booker Prize and is currently a member of the governing body of the Arts. As Assistant Principal (London), Deborah Bull provides leadership across King's College London to extend and enrich its collaborations with the cultural sector; and leads on development of the university's external engagement within London, maximising the potential of King's location at the heart of the city. Professor Louise Archer, Vice-President for Education Louise is Professor of Sociology of Education at Kings College London and leads the ASPIRES project, a longitudinal ESRC on children’s science aspirations and career choice. She is interested in identities and inequalities of ‘race’, gender and social class within compulsory and post-compulsory education. Her most recent book is on Urban Youth and Education.