Immaculata is a writer, photographer and student of History and Comparative Literature at Queen Mary University of London. As a celebrator of diversity, she is passionate about new and alternative ways of seeing the world, ourselves and the 'other'. She seeks to work with individuals and organisations who are dedicated either to bridging the gap caused by class, gender and racial inequalities or to preserving and celebrating art and cultural aesthetics. She is also very enthusiastic about fashion and fashion history and holds a certificate in fashion design from the London College of Fashion.
Societies: QMEquality (Feminist) Society, History Society, CUB magazine, Photography Society
Achieved score of 35 Obtained 6s in Higher Level: History, Global Politics and English Language and Literature Obtained an A (39/40) on my Extended Essay: an investigation into the fuku as a metaphor for colonialism in the Dominican Republic as discussed in Junot Diaz's The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao
Delivered a talk titled 'Undefining Small Problems' on the value of the intersection between empathy and individualism.