Why the myth of no-one listens needs to be smashed what ordinary people can do to get politicians to listen and act on their concerns examples of how Key things that people are concerned about- housing, environment, schooling, infrastructure, hospitals and GP surgeries, bus services in rural areas, green belt building, erosion of the countryside Examples of successes I have had in getting politicians and authorities to listen Tools to get heard.Views: 27 | Enquiries: 0
Born in Kent, I grew up in a family passionately involved in the community, local clubs and societies and in local politics. As early as my mid to late teens, I too began my journey networking at events, leading and speaking. I studied my passion- Catering, and became a Catering Manager, working for many small and large enterprises in the UK and Europe. In 1990, just before the fall of the Berlin Wall, I went to live in Germany. There I fell in love, worked for many high profile businesses at a senior level such as Hard Rock Cafe and Warner Brothers and established and ran an English Language School and a Hospitality Consulting business. In 2012, I decided to return to the UK, and began again the task of building business contacts and creating a new life close to my family that I had missed so much. In May 2013 I was elected as a local Borough Councillor and in December 2013 applied to become an MP. My time as a local Councillor, has seen me appointed to the Cabinet and to achieve many good successes. Since then, my business skills have been expanded into business development, creating and writing an e-book on hospitality and to introducing the best bits of my life abroad into the UK.
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