National Training Coordinator
Favourite thing about SKIP… How much ownership students can take in their projects. From conducting research and needs assessments, to the implementation of interventions – students can learn so much and really be involved in making positive changes to the communities they partner with.
SKIP history… I volunteered in Ghana with SKIP UCL in 2016. I then spent two years on UCL branch committee as Research and Development Coordinator; in this time was fortunate enough to volunteer again on a research trip to The Gambia! Last year I joined the National Committee as Research and Development Coordinator this year I am continuing on National Committee as Training Coordinator.
Ask me about… Art, maps, anything Doctor Who or Harry Potter, books about race and politics, sustainable development, training!
Outside of SKIP… I did History of Art at UCL, and then a Masters in Postcolonial Culture and Global Policy at Goldsmiths, London. I currently work for London Community Foundation, a charity that gives grants to small, grassroots charities or community groups in London.