I am a former dual-qualified lawyer with over 25 years of practical legal experience. I have worked extensively in the area of child social care and child protection. I have advised on domestic violence and other related social issues.
I believe equal access to representation has a direct impact on women's ability to protect and care for their children. Despite a recent change of career, I have remained passionate about providing strong advocacy for women on women’s issues.
I am a wife, mother of two and a caregiver. My mother, one of the strongest women I know, has taught me the value of independent thought, drive, and tenacity.
I joined WEP in order to raise awareness of the inequalities that still exist in the UK. I want to effect meaningful change through policies that impact women's daily lives. As a WEP 2020 candidate I would actively promote and spread the WEP message of achieving equality for women.