I spent the early part of my career working in the UK and abroad with different charities. Through this experience along with my studies in law, development and human rights I came to the conclusion that although the work of charities on the ground in communities is vital, policy change is needed to address many of the biggest challenges for the long term. I’ve been working in modern slavery policy since 2013 (coincidentally the same year that the CSJ published its first modern slavery report) and have seen how the CSJ can bring wisdom and knowledge from the grassroots to the people able to change things at a national level. Now working in the CSJ’s Joint Modern Slavery Unit I have the privilege of learning from the amazing work being done on the ground to tackle modern slavery and helping to bring their experience to decision-makers in Westminster.
Something you might not know about me
I play the oboe