Kefeshe is an undergraduate at Jesus College studying Human, Social and Political Sciences, specialising in Sociology.
Within this, Kefeshe is interested in social and political questions of ethnicity and how they overlap with issues of the environment, food, health, and wellbeing.
Their research at the Intellectual Forum is investigating the cultural and ethnic biases and inequality of universal school lunch provision within primary schools. Considering how this is important to lifelong food habits, and how this contributes to ethnicity-based disease inequality.
In the future, they hope to continue as a researcher on different intersectional issues of ethnicity, food, and environment, especially on how these manifest within the Caribbean Islands.