Anisha Begum


Being the first generation in my family who has attended university and further education, I have always been a firm believer that hard work, dedication and resilience will enable you to make your mark on the world.

Over the last 4 years I have been fortunate enough to get an insight of what day to day life is like in the health service for doctors and patients through volunteering. I have worked as an interpreter assisting individuals whose first language is not English and I have tutored children in my local area whose parents have struggled due to lack of knowledge of the curriculum and language barriers.

I strive to ensure there is an increase in support and appropriate resources for ethnic minorities within society and local communities, especially within the NHS. I am passionate about women’s rights and I want to be a voice for the unspoken and the silenced.

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