I have lived in Liverpool all my life and recently joined The Bloom Appeal as an administrator. I have had a varied work life from administration to managing my own photography business. In the last 8 years I worked in the legal sector and was extremely proud to be a part of the team who represented 22 of the families in the Hillsborough Inquest. My involvement with the team inspired me to start studying part-time for my Law Degree, which I have now completed and achieved a First Class Honours in Law.
I have lived in Liverpool all my life. Following my degree in genetics at The University of Liverpool I started working in the Department of Haematology at the Royal Hospital. I have been in the department for over 16 years working as an NHS research scientist with Prof. Andy Pettitt. My work has focused on developing new tests & markers to aid in the diagnosis/management of blood cancers. In 2011 I became involved with establishing The Bloom Appeal and I continue to be actively involved in its management.