I joined Reform as an Events and Communications Assistant in August 2019, a role which seamlessly blends my existing interests in improving public services and events management. My role is based around supporting the events and communications team with the delivery of a vast portfolio of events and assisting in the effective use of communication channels to ensure that the work of Reform is heard.
Prior to Reform, I completed my undergraduate degree in History at King’s College London which especially fuelled my curiosity in gender studies and the impact of past social policies in London. I have also worked within an events management company, with events organisation and delivery becoming a role I thoroughly enjoyed and hope to develop.
Outside of work, I enjoy finding new restaurants and eating my way through London. I may occasionally be seen in a spin class.
My favourite Reformer is… Josephine Butler, for her work in reforming the treatment of prostitutes and providing a voice for the most vulnerable women in Victorian society.