Amna Ahmad

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Amna Ahmad

Amna Ahmad is a hardworking local campaigner who is running to represent the people of Streatham.

In recent years, she has campaigned with local Liberal Democrats to:

Save local services like Streatham Library and Thameslink trains
Promote education and youth services to increase opportunity for young people
Campaign against Labour-led council wasting taxpayers money
The Liberal Democrats are the main challengers to Labour in Streatham. In 2010 the Liberal Democrats were only 3,259 votes behind Labour with the Conservatives trailing in third place.

Amna works with charities and businesses to help them campaign. She has recently worked on projects to encourage children to be more physically active and healthy and to increase public awareness of local health services.

Amna grew up in the area, spending some time in foster care before winning an assisted place at James Allen's Girls' School in Dulwich and later graduating from Oxford University. She was born in Pakistan and speaks fluent Urdu.

She lives locally, and enjoys organizing music nights and contributing to local publications. In summer 2013, she ran as Liberal Democrat candidate in the Tulse Hill by-election and campaigned successfully for local parking problems to be resolved. She believes that Streatham needs a hardworking MP who spends time in the area and works hard on behalf of local people.