Volunteering and Project Involvement
'The Westminster Bubble' Project
Taking part in this project on explaining what the Westminster Bubble is and how it can be reformed to be more inclusive.
In my short interview, I talk about how being a member of the Conservative I'm in a unique position to see things that others may not, such as political parties trying to move outside of London and the creation of voluntary grassroots organisations to help with that aim.
2019 - 2020
De Montfort University - Various Committee Positions
Politics Society Chair
Conservative Society Secretary
These roles gave me to increase my skills in both leadership, team work and organisational skills - in an enjoyable way, from organising a range of events with a high number of participants to ensuring the societies were complying with Student Union Regulations.
Through being involved in University Societies I also got more involved in the Conservative Party, from being Chair of Conservative Young Women for Leicestershire to being elected Secretary of the Conservative Womens Organisation for the East Midlands Region.
First Aid Training completed and awarded October 2019
August 2015 - January 2016
Work Experience at Northampton South Conservative Association
In this role I gained a valuable insight into the role of an MP; from their day to day tasks from ensuring everything in the office (both Constituency and London) is running smoothly, attending events which they had been invited too, being responsive with constituents and deciding how to vote on controversial pieces of legislation.
For me, it was this period which solidified for me that I want to pursue a career in politics
Throughout 2014, I undertook different tasks to help raise money for different charities from baking and selling cakes at a Charity Bake Sales for Great Ormond Street Hospital to volunteering at Extra Care Charity Shop.