I’ve lived in London half my life and I’m determined to show Londoners that women’s equality benefits everyone.
I studied geography and human rights before starting my career as a teacher. Now I lead advocacy for an international health charity, demanding gender equality, women’s empowerment, health and rights.
During my career with campaigning charities I’ve advocated for an end to UK child poverty, and championed international development as a spokesperson for the ‘Make Poverty History’ campaign.
I have experience of local politics and policy development with one of the three main Parties, but I’ve been bitterly disappointed with their lack of action on women’s concerns.
I am passionate about the Women’s Equality Party’s objectives and share the party’s values.
We all need better politics; we need women’s equality at the top of the agenda. Let’s start by getting more women in the GLA.