I joined Reform as Events and Fundraising Assistant in February 2018, and became Corporate Partners and Fundraising Assistant in August 2018, supporting the team in the delivery of events and maintaining relationships with our donors. I am keen to be involved in stimulating debate and discussion on topics such as social mobility in education, the future of the NHS, and importance of equality within public services.
Before Reform, I volunteered at Liberty (The National Council of Civil Liberties) and at the Hillingdon Women’s Centre, gaining experience in the charity and campaigning sector. I graduated from the University of Sussex in BA (Hons) History and Politics.
When I’m not at work, you’ll probably find me in a museum, stuck into some historical fiction or treating myself to a shopping spree on Oxford Street.
Favourite Reformer… Emmeline Pankhurst, for her continual struggle and determination in gaining women the right to vote in the U.K.
Most likely to say…something about improving diversity in British politics!