I was born in east London to Indo-Caribbean parents who emigrated from Trinidad. I now live in Wanstead with my husband Clyde and our four children.
I’m the Head of Chambers of Greycoat Law, a legal practice and regulatory consultancy I founded after a 17-year career as a barrister.
I offer a passion for justice and an unwavering belief, tempered by empathy.
If elected I will work tirelessly across cultural and ethnic divides, drawing on a wide range of community networks across diverse groups of Londoners.
I will passionately advocate for WE, as a lawyer representing women's rights and as an expert across a range of sectors.
And I will use my legal influence and expertise to campaign on such issues as FGM, human trafficking and forced marriage.
Nothing is impossible. I look forward to proving this in May.