Faculty: FEHW Psychology
Currently Studying: PhD Psychology
Why I decided to be a liberation rep: The student experience is a very important part of the overall student journey.
What I want to achieve while being a liberation rep: As a mature British born Indian female, and a recent graduate myself within Psychology, I understand how feelings, emotion and factors of life can all affect our daily behaviours and attitudes towards people and things. The student experience is incredibly important, as a major contribution towards one’s overall student success, both academically and within social engagements, resulting in our individual levels of satisfaction. It is acknowledged that BIPOC community students face many challenges within educational organisations, and therefore negatively impacting upon their engagement levels as students, due to systematic discrimination, which is rooted in their experiences from university. I aim to face these challenges on your behalf, by voicing your every need, resulting in you being heard. I have already begun this incredible journey in making BIPOC students MATTER!!! Together we stand. Please contact me if you wish to be heard, no matter how big or small the issue, I am here to help you raise a stance for better services, provisions and equality.
Fun fact about me!: When 16 years old, I was approached by Virgin Records to sign a recording contract. I released a cross-over bhangra dance track, and was a little famous, for a while. It was a very exciting time, meeting many famous artists and going fancy events.