I was a student at Wolverley between 2004-2009, where I achieved the highest GCSE and A-Level results in the respective years.
I found my experience at Wolverley the trigger for my development into a hard-working and motivated young adult. I remember entering Wolverley with little enthusiasm and motivation to study and achieve my potential success. It was the teachers at Wolverley that went above and beyond to ensure that I was pushing myself to achieve success. They were extremely supportive of me in any decisions I made and I will always remember my time there fondly.
After leaving Wolverley, I went on to study a four year Masters of Osteopathy degree in Central London, with which I was awarded a First Class Masters degree in 2013.
After completion of my degree, I began treating patients full time in two osteopathic practices, before setting up my own successful osteopathic clinic in London a year later. I also went on to undertake training in Western Acupuncture.
At the age of 23, I began lecturing Biomedicine with the College of Naturopathic Medicine (CNM). I have since gone on to become an Academic Director for the college, which has seen my write various Biomedicine courses. I have also filmed lecture series in Biomedicine. In addition to this, I am also a member of teaching faculty at the University College of Osteopathy (UCO) in London. This role sees me tutor students as they enter our teaching clinic which is the largest in Europe. I am also an examiner for the university. As she is the Chancellor of the UCO, I am lucky enough to frequently meet HRH Princess Anne too!
I have also spent time as a medical volunteer at hospitals in countries such as Kenya and India.
At the age of 26, I feel incredibly privileged to have reached such achievements. I am lucky enough to love my job and be able to travel the world. All of this would not have been possible if it wasn't for Wolverley.