Exec Committee

Welcome to the current LMH Executive Committee. If you have any questions pertaining to their respective areas of responsibility, feel free to contact the appropriate person!

MCR Presidents | president-mcr@lmh.ox.ac.uk
Dominic “Dom” Barker
Dom is a DPhil student in History, focusing on twentieth century American conservatism and the presidency. He plays football and cricket for the college, and has previously played table tennis for the university. This is his second year on the committee, having also served as Social Secretary. Away from graduate life, he likes to relax by playing golf, or going home to Devon to visit his dog!
Keitumetse-Kabelo “Kabe” Murray

Born in Johannesburg, (a city that can only be described as a mixture between the Batman’s Gotham and Superman’s Metropolis) I, a far more average person than the two I just mentioned, travelled across the great continent of Africa to find myself in the incomparably amazing Lady Margaret Hall. I can say with confidence that my experience at Oxford has been completely influenced by my time at LMH. The College, the people and everything in between has impacted me in a way that motivates me to contribute to this environment as much as I can.

I am an MPhil student in International Development. I have come from an undergrad in International Relations and Psychology and a Masters in International Relations. I row (or try to) and get most of my enjoyment from burning playlists for my friends and those who I think need some injection of South African culture.


MCR Secretary | secretary-mcr@lmh.ox.ac.uk
Michael John Katsillis

Michael is a second-year DPhil Candidate in Sociology, examining the role of something called Shadow Education in another thing called the Educational Achievement Process. He also has degrees in Mathematics and Social Research Methods and Statistics.

When you can’t find him singing too loudly or playing a guitar, he might be doodling something in a sketchbook or fiddling with a camera. An avid coffee addict drinker, Michael is almost always good for a chat.


MCR Treasurer | treasurer-mcr@lmh.ox.ac.uk
Gordon Wilford
Gordon grew up outside of Washington DC and earned his undergrad degree in Classics and Philosophy at Williams College. He came to Oxford in 2017 to read for a BPhil in Philosophy. Gordon enjoys exploring the local pub scene and relaxing in the MCR when he isn’t thinking about Aristotle.


MCR Social Secretaries | social-mcr@lmh.ox.ac.uk
Ben Angell
Ben is a second-year DPhil student in Ancient History, originally from the grand seaside metropolis of Worthing. He drinks tea and whisky in prodigious quantities, listens constantly to music (heavy metal, jazz, or classical), and insists there’s nothing wrong with a man liking scented candles. Other activities include long walks, reading poetry, cooking, collecting weird news stories, and playing football – usually with more aggression than skill. He is also an obsessive Crystal Palace fan.

Ben has the resting facial expression of a moderately successful serial killer, but is actually (sometimes) perfectly approachable.

Robert “Rob” Hein
Robert is a second year DPhil studying Chemistry. After an undergraduate degree at Jacobs University Bremen (Germany) and a semester abroad in the US he decided to enjoy life on this small, rainy, beautiful island. He appreciates good food and drinks (particularly whiskey) and can, if not in the lab, be found at formal hall or a pub with friends.


MCR Welfare Officers | welfare-mcr@lmh.ox.ac.uk
Charlotte “Charlie” Honnigfort
Charlotte, whose friends call her Charlie, is currently reading for an MPhil in Development Studies. Originally from Germany, she did her undergrad degree in the Netherlands and spends as much time as possible exploring the world with her backpack. Next to her passion for travelling, she loves dancing salsa and playing volleyball, as well as exploring all the cafés and shops in Oxford in search of the best coffee in town. Always up for a chat, she can often be found drinking coffee in the MCR or strolling through the beautiful LMH gardens – you will probably hear her giggling before you see her.
Alasdair Craig

Alasdair is a first-year DPhil student in Philosophy, and he comes from Scotland. Before arriving at LMH he worked in publishing in London, and before that he was an undergraduate… at LMH. His non-philosophical hobbies include folk music and running long(ish) distances.