Pauline has been engaging in social action almost weekly since the age of 14; volunteering with a number of local and national charities and has also created opportunities for other young people. More recently Pauline has used her experience to advise charities on their volunteering policy and engagement with young people.
Pauline is also passionate about representation and more recently has represented students as a Student Councillor and as a member of the Academic Board at King’s College London. Pauline is currently co-chairing the Student Forum of the Institute of Psychology, Psychiatry and Neuroscience and also works at the Tavistock Institute as their Project Administrator.
Pauline is excited about getting to know and working with other young people and bringing their voices to the work that Step up To Serve does.
Speaking about her appointment Pauline said: “Social action has the power to not only transform the lives of those who are touched by young people becoming active participants in the future of their country, but also the lives of those young people who have the opportunity to be part of something greater than themselves. I am so grateful to be a part of a movement that aims to expand this engagement, and ensure the benefits of service are available to all those seeking to change the world regardless of their background.”