What led you to be here today and prompted you to want to join the FVG?
The experience of discrimination that myself and my peers face, as well as my interest in social movements and advocacy, made the FVG a really exciting opportunity for me. I was really interested in the opportunity to confront these barriers.
What are you up to now? (eg. In work/study/looking for work/volunteering)
I am a social sciences student at Lucy Cavendish College, University of Cambridge, and I volunteer for SHOUT’s texting support service.
What is most important to you in your life right now?
My family, pursuing my education, and doing my part to make a positive difference for others.
What sort of changes do you want to be involved in making as part of the FVG?
Tackling the barriers to employment that young people face – particularly disabled and neurodiverse people who are disproportionately likely to face discrimination and poverty.