Tony Ethapemi

Tony is married with two children and lived in Brent most of his life. His professional experience has been in local government for the last decade, before specialising in immigration and housing as a solicitor. Tony has been a member of the Labour Party since the ‘90s and has been campaigning at general, local and […]

Fleur Donnelly-Jackson

Cllr Fleur Donnelly-Jackson has lived in Brent since 2005. She works at Business Disability Forum where she leads the Business Partnership team. She has worked in roles for over 10 years in the public and third sectors, providing access advice, consultancy and disability inclusion training. She was elected in 2018 for Willesden Green ward. As […]

Sonia Shah

Sonia Shah has lived in Wembley Central all her life, and as a local representative has a deep understanding of how the area has evolved and the challenges faced. By day, she works as a Leadership Advisory Specialist at one of the top global executive search firms, alongisde studying for a Professional Doctorate in Occupational […]

Ketan Sheth

Ketan has been a Wembley councillor since 2010. He grew up in Ealing Road and attended Lyon Park and Copland schools. Now a successful lawyer, he fights injustice helping the vulnerable secure fairness. He’s also Chair of Brent’s Community and Wellbeing Scrutiny Committee, and Chair of NW London Joint Health Scrutiny Committee. He’s leading the […]

Saqlain Choudry

Saqlain Choudry was born and bred in Brent. A community volunteer and passionate activist, Saqlain has volunteered with vaccination centres during the pandemic.  He has worked with  food banks, led on mutual aid projects and with the SNT teams in tackling anti-social behaviour and crime. Since being elected, Saqlain has continued to be an active […]

Ihtesham Afzal

Brought up by a single parent, on free school meals, in social housing, on minimum wage, zero-hour contract jobs, Ihtesham has a first hand experience understanding of the struggles that many people face. A former youth worker, and community activist, he was first  elected as a councillor in 2018. With poverty and inequality exacerbated by […]

Harbi Farah

Harbi Farah arrived in Brent as refugee. He read Politics and International Relations at Middlesex University and Law, Policy and Leadership at SOAS University of London. He lives in Brent and works for a local charity that seeks to tackle the democratic deficit, and improve the quality of life of residents. Harbi was elected as […]

Krupa Sheth

Krupa Sheth was born and bought up in Tokyngton, and has lived there all her life. Krupa has been a councillor for Wembley Central since December 2011 and Cabinet Member for Environment since May 2018. Having lived in Tokyngton for 30 years, Krupa knows the community and the local area well and is dedicated to […]

Tazi Smith

Tazi Smith’s story is a pre-Windrush story – values from her father who arrived into Southampton from Jamaica in 1947 and the work ethic of her mother, also from Jamaica, who arrived in London in 1961: a working-class upbringing, from visionary parents who regarded hard-work and education as the means to progress. Tazi is extraordinarily […]

Amer Agha

Amer is a resident of Welsh Harp, and graduated in Medicine (MBBS), MSc. Clinical Haematology, & a Diploma in Primary Care Health Management, and has worked in the NHS since 2005. Throughout his adult and professional life, he has shown great avidity and interest in politics. Engaging in issues that affect not just him, but […]