Specialist areas:

  • Public service
  • Strategy and policy development
  • Community engagement and facilitation
  • Report writing and editing
  • Co-production and sustainability  

BSc (Hons) Economics

People are important to any aspect of what an organisation does and I’m passionate about getting involved in communities to ensure that these communities achieve their full potential. For me, that’s working with people and making sure that services are sustainable, co-produced and ‘future proofed’ for future generations to come. 

Elected as the youngest County Councillor in Wales in 2017, I have been involved in communities, policy and local government services for 5 years leading on a service review in waste and leading the councils journey towards being a Net Zero carbon local authority by 2030. As part of my passion for public service, I have put my energy into community work and capacity building and I am the secretary of the award winning charity, the VC Gallery, helping to establish a support network and system for veterans. This is alongside leading a successful inclusion project of £100,000 to improve a park in Pembrokeshire from project inception to delivery. How policy and strategy relates to service users is vital to community success and wellbeing.

External to local government, I am an alumni of the Future Generations Leadership Academy, representing Wales and the office of the Commissioner at the United Nations and other events across Wales and globally. I am the Young Person’s lead for the Co-production Network for Wales and I have extensive experience in working with third sector organisations around time-banking and regional projects that promote community services and wellbeing. My most recent post is working in health as an Outreach Officer in engaging disadvantaged and marginalised communities to access healthcare.

I am a proud public servant who puts people at the heart of the services I work to improve and re-design.