01/08/2022 - 31/08/2025

It is a privilege to have been elected as a patient governor, and I delighted to be given the opportunity to give back to the wider UCLH community.

I am passionate about improving people’s lives and wellbeing, which is why I stood as a governor. I wanted to help improve the patient experience and give a young person’s perspective. I think it’s important to engage with all aspects of the community, even if they are just passing-by.

As a patient in the Red Cell Unit, I can see the work done by UCLH to give patients the best in-patient experience and care possible. I really enjoy the artwork in the Macmillan building, and it gives a refreshing look to an otherwise plain environment.

I try to keep a very active lifestyle, to help maintain my blood iron levels and to keep my liver in the best shape possible. In October 2022, I hope to finish the London Marathon and fundraise for Haematology Cancer Care, a UCLH Charity

I hope that by the end of the year, I would have completed the London Classics (Ride 100, Swim Serpentine, and the London Marathon).

Outside of UCLH, I am a huge fan of quizzes and puzzles. I have even appeared on an episode on Pointless.

I previously worked in the voluntary and non-profit sector, and have been interested in student representation and engagement, especially in matters to sports in higher education.

I have lived in London since 2013 and currently reside in Hackney. I spend my spare time cycling around London and playing cricket.