About Me

After many years of frustratingly watching Question Time, getting annoyed at politicians inability to give a straight answer, and being an on/off inactive member of the Liberal Democrats, I decided in 2007 to get involved in politics properly and have since been Chair of Bromley Liberal Democrats and Parliamentary Candidate for Bromsgrove in the 2010 General Election. I am currently an activist for London Liberal Democrats, Treasurer of Chinese Lib Dems and on the Liberal Democrats Leadership programme (aimed at getting more women, LGBT and ethnic minorities into parliament).

I’ve lived in London since graduating from the University of Bath. As part of my Economics degree I spent a year working as an Assistant Economist at the Prime Minister’s Strategy Unit. I’ve worked in Commercial teams for BT and LTSB, and as a Marketing and Strategy Consultant at a Boutique consulting firm. Currently I work for Thomson Reuters as a Strategic Pricing Manager.

In my spare time I enjoy cycling, playing cricket, football and tennis, watching sport, fundraising for charity, cooking for friends, travelling and events like murder mysterys or themed fancy dress parties. In the past I have had an allotment, as I like to live by my values, sadly work and politics has meant I can no longer offer endless supplies of fruit and veg to my friends.

One thought on “About Me

  1. I’ve always voted Labour. But this time I think our leader and chancellor are tired and out of ideas. Vince Cable seems good on the economy and that’s the main thing at present, right?
    Maybe quite a few folk in Bromsgrove may be annoyed with our previous Tory incumbent. So You might do quite well if you send round some leaflets and maybe organise a meeting someplace?
    Good Luck to you.
    I’ve sent a link to your website to a few of my contacts.

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