01/08/2022 - 31/08/2025

It is a privilege to serve as governor, and I am 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. I think it’s important to engage with all aspects of the community.

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 also have a huge interest in supporting both clinical and non-clinical staff in making UCLH the best place to work and research. 

I previously worked in the voluntary and non-profit sector. I currently teach full-time at a secondary school and part-time at a university. 

I have lived in London for over a decade and regularly spend my day free time playing sports, primarily cricket during the summer months. I also proud to support the Haematology Cancer Care, UCLH Charity in their work on promoting the patient experience, clinical research, and developing and supporting staff in their professional development and knowledge.