What led you to be here today and prompted you to want to join the FVG?
As a long-time proponent of youth advocacy, when i heard about the work of the youth futures foundation and the opportunities being offered, I knew i wanted to be part of brilliant team working to influence what is one of the most pressing concerns among young people today – being able to find stable, fulfilling, meaningful employment.
What are you up to now?
I’m currently working towards completing my environmental practitioner degree apprenticeship, studying part time at Kingston University whilst working within the construction industry.
What is most important to you in your life right now?
I’m working on living less out of habit and more out of intent. I’ve been coming back to my love of music and the arts, and I can often be found wandering round a gallery or old building somewhere, usually with a big mug of tea.
What sort of changes do you want to be involved in making as part of the FVG?
Supporting more young women into the workplace and making the apprenticeship pathway more accessible to all are definitely things that I would love to improve through working in the future voices group.