I came to the UK nearly two decades ago. I worked for several years in an administrative role, which enabled me to make use of my multilingual proficiency. In 2009, I gained a Diploma in Public Service Interpreting and began working as a legal interpreter. My professional experience covers issues the community faces from both sides of the legal standpoint. I have volunteered for several years providing free help and advice to anyone in need, and developed an in-depth understanding of local issues. I initially worked as a community coordinator and delivered various projects in conjunction with the Local Authority and other partner agencies.
In May 2022, I was called to The Bar of England and Wales, passing my law degree at The University of Law London. I am well versed in legal research. My role as a legal intern in international law Chambers primarily consists of legal research and opinion writing. I hope to become a barrister specialising in immigration and extradition law, particularly in the desire to extend ways I can benefit the community.
I am honoured to be a trustee of Northfleet Central CIO and share my professional knowledge and experience.