I am a relatively new Bristolian having moved to the city in March 2020, and though it has been a very strange time to move to a new city, I am really starting to feel at home here, and am excited to keep exploring.
My other day job is as Junior Consultant at Resource Futures a sustainable waste consultancy. I have always been interested and passionate about ‘sustainability’ or being ‘green’. Only as I have grown up have I felt comfortable and confident challenging and discussing the role which race plays in all things, but specificly climate change and justice. This has only continued to grow with the ambassadorship. I am passionate about equity in all forms, working with the Royal Academy of Engineering to increase diversity in the Engineering sector.
As an engineer, I am excited to be part of building a better future for everyone, and I know the value in using science and data to drive for change. But I also know the importance of humanity and stories, giving space to all voices.
Beyond that you might find me attempting to grow my own vegetables, being as close to or in bodies of water as much as possible, cycling slowly up a hill, enjoying some music or too many sweet treats, getting annoyed with people for just saying and not doing, or being amazed by all the people in Bristol and beyond doing so much more than me to make changes that are better for people and planet.