Kevin first stood to be your local councillor in 2006 and has been dedicated to serving the area for the last 12 years.
Kevin first stood to be your local councillor in 2006 and has been dedicated to serving our area for the last 12 years. Kevin is a father of two and a selfmade businessman. He has spent over half his life living on Lambeth council estates and his passion is fighting for better housing. Kevin is a charity trustee, a former school governor and fought successfully to protect St Thomas' Hospital and against the Garden Bridge. In 2012, Kevin carried the Olympic torch because of his work on behalf of disabled children.
Jennie has lived in the Southbank / Waterloo community for most of her life and has raised her three children here.
Jennie works for a national charity for elderly people. Jennie has played a key role in her community, including helping to set up the local charity Familylinks.
Jennie is a former trustee of Waterloo Action Centre and has sat on the board of Coin Street Centre Trust. She has campaigned tirelessly against anti-social behaviour and for better housing. She was a leading member of the campaign against the Garden Bridge.
Ibrahim Dogus is a Waterloo resident and owner of a small business in our area. A father of two, he is the founder of Lambeth Life newspaper, a social enterprise that seeks to bolster local community ties while showcasing the best of Lambeth. Ibrahim is a long standing community and human rights activist with a particular interest in increasing equal opportunities for all, particularly in the areas of education and entrepreneurship.