Which book changed your life? Oxford Handbook of Public Policy. Just kidding: The Man Who Was Thursday.
What is your most treasured possession? My wedding ring, I guess. It is the only thing that is always with me.
Who would play you in the film of your life? Emma Watson (One of the first places I went in London was King’s Cross.)
If you could bring something extinct back to life, what would you choose?
T-Rex, to confront my fears started by Jurassic Park.
Which words or phrases do you most overuse? New Public Management, it haunts me.
How do you relax?
I wander around London finding new delicious food or cool historical spots.
Who would you invite to your dream dinner party? Desmond Tutu
If you could go back in time, where would you go? Victorian England, just for the holidays.
What is your favourite word? Tonterías
If you could edit your past, what would you change?
I would study more maths. Never thought I would say that.
When were you happiest?
In London, I loved climbing all the way to the top of St Paul’s.
What did you want to be when you were growing up?
I wanted to be an ambassador!
What inspired you to study your field?
Teaching. Education is the key to success but poorly managed it becomes a wall.
What would your best friend say is your best quality? Quirky and honest.
Born in Las Vegas, Nevada, Brittney Regal is a postgraduate student at the School of Management & Business, King’s College London. Britt studied International Studies and Spanish for undergraduate at Westminster College in the United States. The attached photo is relevant to public policy which is the particular field, which she studies. The picture overlooks much of central London surrounding the Thames. All of the buildings, schools, and commerce within this picture are regulated by government. The programme at King’s focuses on the intersection of the public with government.
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