17 years ago I made London and the UK my home. I have previously been a Special Constable (police volunteer) with the Metropolitan Police and a trustee of Working Chance – a London based charity supporting women ex-offenders into work. I’m currently Deputy Chair of the City of London’s Police Authority Board, Chair of an inner-London Academies Trust and Deputy Chair of the iconic Barbican Centre.
I studied history and politics at the University of Groningen in the Netherlands.
I am a member of the Ward of Cheap Club and a Liveryman of the Worshipful Company of Goldsmiths based in the Ward.
I am a government relations and communications expert – having worked in senior positions for national and global companies based in the UK covering tech and consumer businesses, transport, security and equal opportunities. I am based in the City of London and currently work as Government Relations Lead for HP Inc.
- Deputy Chair City of Police Authoirty Board
- Chair of The City of London Academies Trust
- Governor at the Museum for London
- Deputy Chair of the Barbican Centre
- Former Trustee at Working Chance (Dame Fiona Woolf’s beneficiary for her Lord Mayor’s Appeal in 2014) – supporting women ex-offenders into work
- Former trustee at Future Care Capital (Patron: HM The Queen) – facilitating and stimulate a national debate around health and social care provision; investing in innovative ventures
- Former Special Constable in central London