Yi Jun Mock is Co-Founder & President of Advisory Singapore, a fully youth-led nonprofit dedicated to empowering young Singaporeans from all walks of life to make informed career and further education choices. Since its establishment, Advisory has engaged over 156,000 students and youth. Outside of his work with Advisory, Yi Jun is an Advisor to The Queen’s Commonwealth Trust, Curator of the Singapore Hub of the World Economic Forum Global Shapers Community, an Associate Fellow of the Royal Commonwealth Society, and an alumnus of the US State Department’s Young Southeast Asian Leaders Initiative. He has volunteered as an Asia-Pacific Youth Representative to the Jury for the UN Environment Young Champions of the Earth, as a Reader for the Mandela Washington Fellowship, and as a member of Singapore’s Films Consultative Panel. For his work in education and overcoming inequalities, Yi Jun has received the Queen’s Young Leaders Award from Queen Elizabeth II in Buckingham Palace; the Diana Award, in honour of Princess Diana’s lifetime of service; and a Deloitte-One Young World Scholarship. His research and academic writing has received awards from the likes of Foreign Affairs Magazine, the Credit Suisse Research Institute, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, and the United States Naval Academy. He holds a Master’s of Global Affairs from Tsinghua University, where he studied as a Schwarzman Scholar and BP Fellow; as well as First Class Honours in a Bachelor’s of Politics and International Relations from The London School of Economic and Political Science.