Rehana Ameer is the first Indian born woman elected as a Councillor in the City of London Corporation’s 950 years of history. She is the Councillor of Vintry Ward. She is also the first woman politician in the UK of Tamil Nadu origin. Rehana is an active member of the Labour party and a successful campaigner. She is the Founder and Director of an IT and Management Consulting firm in in Westminster, London. She possesses over 20 years of experience in IT and Management Consulting where she has led, managed and successfully delivered large multimillion pounds IT and business transformation projects for multinational companies worldwide. She also runs a food store in West London.
She is elected to the Board of Governors of East London NHS Foundation Trust, City of London School for Girls and Bridewell Royal Hospital. She is in the advisory council of UK Asian Business Council, UK Tamil Nadu Chamber of Commerce and UK Women’s Network where she mentors Businesses, Entrepreneurs and Professionals. Rehana is currently working with her team on a Social Housing Project, which will help resolve the Social Housing and Homelessness crisis in England. The scheme is one of its kind using disruptive innovation, which could potentially house 1.1 million people on the Local Authority housing waiting list in England. She is also a Trustee at Asian Women’s Resource Centre a charity which supports over 3000 women every year who are affected by domestic violence and abuse. As a Labour business woman she campaigns on promoting Labour as a business friendly party and her interest also includes in promoting the City in overseas markets. Rehana holds an MBA in International Business and several global IT and Management certifications.