Your Labour Candidates
Tel (Mobile): 07950 639636
I have worked in the Voluntary/ Community and Public Sector for over 25 years with many groups & organisations helping to develop strategies for better services to Sheffield’s local communities; as a non-Executive Director of S Y Probation Trust and S Y Housing Association; as Chair of S Y Police Community Advisory Board and as a long-standing School Governor. I also sit as a Magistrate on the Sheffield Bench.
I am therefore well experienced in community issues relating to Housing, Education, Policing and Community Development. I am a strong believer in social justice and passionate about creating a just a fair society. I am also an established businessman and understand the needs of the local business community.
I have lived in Burngreave for 35 years and have worked with local groups for many years. I am very committed to working for local communities and striving for better local services and a better quality of life for local people.
Tel (Home): 0114 2883405
Tel (Mobile): 07419 324494
Labour Councillor for Firth Park Ward for over 20 years, my main focus is on community politics. I believe that working at grass roots level in your area is the best way of effecting change, and helping constituents. Regularly attend public and social events, do many surgeries, and actively involved with School Governing Bodies. Also active in the organising of Firth Park Festivals
Tel (Mobile): 07746 973736
With over 12 years experience of working in the VCF sector in Sheffield, Abtisam Mohamed is a practicing Solicitor and the Programme Director of the Aspiring Communities Together which is one of the leading BME VCF organisations in Sheffield, delivering key educational, health and support services to young people, adults and older people.
Having lived in Sheffield most of her life, she left school with very few qualifications. Returning to education as an adult, she qualified initially as a teacher before pursuing a career in Law qualifying as a Solicitor alongside her VCF commitments. She was selected as an Olympic Torchbearer and nominated for a Woman of the Year award as a result of her work in deprived communities; continuous community activism and passion for influencing change and ensuring the needs and rights of the most vulnerable in society are advocated.
She has chaired the Sheffield BME Network, and sat as a board director on BCAF, the Sheffield Wellbeing Consortium, Citywide childcare forums and Ellesmere Youth Project to name but a few.