If you had the power to fix any of the worlds problems (and lets face it there are many), where would you start, and why?
Firstly, I would sprinkle a smile - happy vibes all around the world. When people are happy and smiling, we want to make a difference and be kind. My way of changing the world will be to make everyone happy and smiley.
What advice would you give to someone taking their first steps into charity fundraising?
Be yourself, talk passionately about what you care about, and speak from your heart.
What‘s been the best moment of your career to date?
Going to Bangladesh – As I have a lot of Bengali friends in East London. I was learning Bangali last year and going to different cities in Bangladesh was amazing. I’m now know the many amazing places my friends are from.
And the worst?
I don’t have a worse experience yet to date.
What is your guiltiest pleasure?
Eating popcorn covered in chocolate, the best thing ever!!
What is your most unappealing habit?
Having mayonnaise with everything I eat. Soon I’ll be starting a blog about mayo and what food tastes best with it. Let’s face it, mayo taste amazing with everything, even though it annoys a lot of people with my daily intake.
What is the closest you’ve come to death?
On a mountain with a bike. On my way down, I took a fall. I lost my balance on the bike, quickly jumped off, but the bike went over the edge of the mountain, and just as I was about to follow it, my friend caught me and saved me. I will never do a mountain with a bike again for as long as I live.
What is the most important lesson life has taught you to date?
I have learnt not to be caught up worrying about the future and regretting the past. Rather focus on appreciating the now, and live in the moment. Learn from everything that happens, and realise that there’s no such thing as big mistakes only lessons to be learned.