I am a final year undergraduate at The University of Bristol reading Politics and International Relations.

I am the Vice President at University of Bristol’s International Affairs Society, President of the Green Society and a Manager at the University’s Fairtrade Cafe. In the past, I have worked as an intern for Alf Dubs, and an intern at the Political Studies Association.

Last summer I also took part on the British Council and IndoGenius’s Study India programme, in New Delhi and Mumbai. I also worked at Greenleaf – an academic publishing house which published journals and articles on sustainable economics and climate justice.



I’m passionate about

Environmental Politics and Climate Justice, and the History and Politics of Ireland.

I have just completed my undergraduate thesis on the topic of Chinese economic activity in Africa – specifically Angola and Nigeria – and the impact of said economic engagement on governance and democracy on the African continent.

I am a…

Atheist, Environmentalist, Filmmaker, Musician, Student, World traveler

People don’t know I’m good at

I play the classical guitar, make short videos and play netball.

My TED story

I am a team member of TEDxUniversityofBristol 2016 and attendee at TEDxBristol 2015.