A native of county Sligo, Ireland, I moved to London in 2007 to complete my BSc Psychology degree. While studying and working, I developed a keen interest in social dynamics and methods for bringing disparate groups together. In 2009 I founded Re-imagine – a commercial freelance collective whose members pledge financial and practical support to social initiatives in the greater London area. Through Re-imagine, I have established projects aimed at reducing social isolation among single mothers, increasing interest in mathematics, physics, and chemistry among 13-17 year olds and investigating living situations of recent immigrants to East London. For this work, I was recently awarded the Canticle Prize. Continuing to work in the UK, I am now developing a new project based on inter-generational career guidance.