I graduated from the University of Kent where I studied French and Spanish, embracing my French heritage. I took a year abroad in Madrid where I worked on an international project on gender equality in Science Research.
I was President of Kent J-Soc in my final year, and participated in two of the most incredible and thought provoking UJS programmes; March of the Living and Manhigut. These two vastly different programmes both had pivotal impacts on me, encouraging me to think critically about my Jewish identity. Following this, I interned at the World Jewish Congress in Geneva, during which I was honoured to speak at the UN Human Rights Council on persecuted minorities in the Middle East.
I am currently the Operations Manager at UJS where I am responsible for overseeing the operations of the organisation and the logistical running of UJS national events.
Away from work, I love to get out on my bike, go skiing and play any type of competitive sport that’s going!