Gail Kent has lived in South London for almost 20 years and loves the area's vibrancy, energy and its naturally liberal feel.
Gail is married to Tim and they live with their two children in East Dulwich. She loves cycling, baking and to travel with her family.
Gail was born and brought up in Glasgow, where her parents still are. She spent 17 years working for the National Crime Agency (the UK's equivalent of the FBI) where she saw every day how important international cooperation is for keeping us all safe. She served for four years at the UK embassy in Rome and now works for Facebook where she looks after law enforcement operations to tackle cybercrime, drug trafficking, money laundering and people smuggling.
Gail is a life-long Liberal Democrat, but it was the Brexit referendum that made her want to really do something about the state of our politics. She decided to get involved and stand for Parliament to continue the Liberal Democrat fight for a Britain that is open, tolerant and united. The sort of Britain that Dulwich and West Norwood stands for: where we are stronger when we try to find similarities, rather than through promoting fear.