I am a confident, articulate and multi-faceted Politician who is well-respected by the electorate in my native Ward and beyond. Being heard and making a difference; those are the reasons I wanted to get into politics since I was a teenager in college. My passion for social justice, making a tangible difference in the community and resolving people’s problems makes me the ideal candidate for a demanding position in politics.
Graduated with a first class degree from Cambridge University
Established several soup kitchens and shelters for the homeless and needy in my local constituency
2009 – 2010
MSc Public Policy & Management
King’s College London
Grade achieved: 68%
Organisations & Management of the Public Services
The Economics of the Public Services
The Policy Process
2006 – 2009
BSc (Hons) Economics
University of Cambridge
Grade achieved: 1st
Quantitative Methods in Economics
British Economic History
Analysis of Modern Politics
Mar 2016 – Present
Member of Parliament (MP) The Workers’ Party
Main duties performed:
Meeting with electorate on a monthly basis to discuss any issues they might have in their constituency
Bringing up constituents issues during board meetings and parliamentary sessions
Campaigning on behalf of my party during election time
Reading and drafting proposed legislation
Conducting research both independently and via researchers on various issues in a bid to better understand the people’s needs
Oct 2014 – Feb 2016
Councillor Hackney Council
Main duties performed:
Improve the safety and quality of life of residents in my local constituency
Liaising with local officers to tackle issues affecting the community, such as housing, social services, schools, the environment and transport
Visiting residents, inquiring about their problems and offering solutions
Jan 2011 – Sept 2014
Lecturer Durham University
Main duties performed:
Prepared lecture slides, module description, tutorials, assignment briefs and other course material before the new academic year commences
Delivered exciting and engaging presentations
Graded students’ essays, exams and dissertations
Supported students during the course of the module via one-to-one/group consultations, email and/or Skype support
Public Speaking and Communications, College of Public Speaking (2015)
Politics: An Introduction – JKD (2014)
Presentation skills: Adept at delivering effective and engaging talks and presentations to a broad range of audiences
People skills: I thrive in situations where I can meet people, have informal conversations and offer my assistance to them
Excellent memory: Ability to remember intricate details without having to refer to notes
Mr John Kirby Executive, The Workers’ Party Address: 3 High St, Chester, CKL8 1YT Tel: 0744 4568 5743 Email:[email protected]
Mrs Angela Kelly Senior Academic, Durham University Address: 7 Almond St, Leeds, LE89 3YX Tel: 0777 5451 0567 Email:[email protected]
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