Hannah Rose became a trustee of UJS in June 2020, where her role is to support the current sabbatical team and provide past-president and youth insight to trustee matters.
Hannah is currently a Hate and Extremism Analyst at ISD, where she researches far-right extremism and antisemitism online. Previously, Hannah worked as a Research Fellow at the International Centre for the Study of Radicalisation, where she authored various reports, including focusing on young people’s involvement in violent extremist networks.
Hannah is a PhD candidate in the Department of War Studies at King’s College London, researching contemporary antisemitism across the far right. She also holds an MA with distinction from KCL in Terrorism, Security and Society, where she was awarded the department prize for best MA dissertation, and a first-class BA from the University of Bristol.
Having been elected the Vice-President of Bristol JSoc, where she studied for her BA, Hannah went on to serve as UJS President 2018-2019.