I joined Reform in March 2019 as Research and Communications Assistant. I am responsible for helping to deliver the think tank’s varied portfolio of events, as well as our communications strategy, ensuring that our work makes an impact across the political spectrum.
Prior to starting at Reform, I graduated from the University of Oxford with a degree in Philosophy, Politics and Economics, with my interests including British political history and the politics of sub-Saharan Africa. I also held several short-term roles with summer schools for foreign learners of English.
Outside the office I enjoy playing guitar and piano, and am often known to subject my housemates to iffy renditions of Simon and Garfunkel. I also play football and cricket, with my enthusiasm far outstripping my ability in both cases.
My favourite reformer is…
Keir Hardie, for his tireless commitment to working-class parliamentary representation