I was born and raised in Suffolk. I grew up in Walberswick and went to schools in Southwold, Halesworth, Bungay and Framlingham. And, I have family up and down the constituency and across Suffolk more broadly. I know this area, I love this area and I believe we deserve better.
For the last four years, I have worked for the Commonwealth Secretariat, an organisation that works with developed and developing countries to tackle issues such as climate change, gender inequality and extreme poverty.
I believe this election offers an opportunity to do something different, to end the domination of the other two parties and make a fresh start for British politics.
I would be very proud to represent my local area in Parliament, fighting for Suffolk Coastal and for a greener, fairer and more prosperous Britain.