Shahida Rahman for East Chesterton

Shahida Rahman was born and raised with her four siblings in Cambridge and is of Bangladeshi herit age. Her father settled in Cambridge in 1957 and was a successful restaurateur.  Shahida herself has lived in Chesterton since 1976 and has four children.

She is a successful, published, award winning author (best known for historical novel Lascar), publisher and is an education professional with a passion for supporting students to reach their full potential. She is a regular contributor to BBC Radio and is a blogger for the Huffington Post. She is active in equality and diversity and speaks regularly promoting unity and working across
cultural boundaries as here at an anti-Trump rally. She recently spoke about asian suffragettes at the CamVote 100 events. She is  also a community and Child Protection Governor at Chesterton Community College where her daughter is currently in Year 9. Shahida was once a student there herself. She is a trustee for 2 charities.

  • rsvped for Manifesto Ideas Marketplace via 2019-06-26 10:41:58 +0100

    Manifesto Ideas Marketplace

    Good Liberal Democrats of Cambridge: we need your brains!

    After incredible local and international election results this year, we are getting ready here in Cambridge City to reclaim control of the Council in May 2020. To do this, we need 42 candidates, standing on a manifesto that is inspiring, visionary, and won't make the officers turn pale when it turns out we are actually going to deliver this for our city. 

    Can you help?

    Please do come along and share your experiences, expertise and interests at our Ideas Marketplace. This is the very first stage of the process, so all and any ideas are welcome on the table. 

    If you cannot attend, an online survey will follow after the forum which we will also circulate on the facebook groups and via email.

    June 26, 2019 at 8pm
    Ross Street Community Centre
    Ross Street
    Cambridge, Cambridgeshire CB1 3UZ
    United Kingdom
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Author, Writer and Publisher. Liberal Democrat councillor candidate for East Chesterton, Cambridge.