Lucie Berry

Name: Lucie Berry
Location: Sheffield, United Kingdom
Role: PR/Marketing Team Member

Fundraising Goal: £400

How did you get interested in global issues?
By studying sociology at Sheffield Hallam University and studying the subject at A-level. It has opened my eyes to the levels of inequality felt by a range of different social groups; fueling a desire in me to utilize my knowledge of these issues to make positive changes in the world.

Why are you volunteering your time to serve the world’s poor?
Volunteering is always something I’ve enjoyed doing, and I believe it’s so important to do as sometimes the simplist of gestures can make such a big difference in someone else life.

Any interesting tidbits to share?
Firstly, I’m learning Portuguese as I hope to live in Portugal one day (I have a years streak on Duolingo). Secondly, I joined the equestrian team at university and have been riding since I was 4 years old. Finally, I can’t visualise anything!


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