Eleanor Kay is the 2017/2018 President of the ANU Students' Association (ANUSA), and the Undergraduate Council Member. She completed a Bachelor of Politics, Philosophy and Economics (PPE) and a Diploma of Languages (Arabic) at ANU in 2016. She is currently completing her Honours in Philosophy, exploring the territorial rights of states, an interest prompted by her research internship at the General Delegation of Palestine in Canberra. Prior to her commencement as President, Eleanor was the 2016/17 ANUSA Vice President. During her undergraduate studies, Eleanor has acted in student welfare and student advocacy capacities including as the founding Secretary of the ANU PPE Society, the Treasurer for the Fellowship of Christian University Students and a Senior Resident at UniLodge. Her experience demonstrates a passion for facilitating structures that support the voices of all people and enhances student welfare. After graduating, she hopes to pursue a career in foreign relations in the not-for-profit sector.