Kenneth hails from a musical family but contrary to his siblings pursued history rather than percussion. Among multifarious appetites and interests, all his life he has had an irresistible attraction to the sea and fascination for all things nautical. Equally close to his heart are the ancient Romans. Kenneth has taken master’s degrees at the universities of Ghent and Leuven in History, and at Brunel University London in Intelligence & Security Studies. The latter subject took him to Cambridge in 2014 to study International Security and Intelligence at Pembroke College. Since returning he researches intelligence and security at the University of Ghent, the fruits of which can be read in renowned academic journals and national and international media outlets.
Kenneth is always ready with a recommendation for Belgian beer, chocolate, or places to visit. A freethinking bon vivant religiously devoted to enjoying the delights of life such as travel, good food, wine, and music, Kenneth’s other leisure consists of playing the timpani, reading, and spending time behind the furnace experimenting with chocolate in main dishes. As vice president of CamSoc, he works tirelessly at thwarting Oxford and helping to put on great cultural and musical events.