I have served as the Member Parliament for Battersea since 2017 and was previously a Labour Party councillor in Lambeth, London.
Marsha has served as MP for Battersea since 2017 and was previously a Labour Party councillor in Lambeth, London. In Parliament, she has been advocating for her constituents and businesses in Battersea on a range of issues including on the economy, the repercussions of Brexit, on housing, promoting a greener future, and opportunities for young people.
Marsha was previously the Shadow Secretary of State for Women and Equalities from 2020 – 2021 and the Shadow Minister for Disabled People between 2017 – 2020. She has a proud history of working in the voluntary sector for over 10 years before becoming an MP.
Marsha was born with Nystagmus and is registered blind. She has dedicated much of her life to campaigning for disability rights and is passionate about equality for all.
Adult Social Care
Afrikan Reparations (Vice Chair)
Ahmadiyya Muslim Community (Vice Chair)
Black Maternal Health (Vice Chair)
Christians in Parliament (Vice Chair)
Disability (Vice Chair)
Eye Health and Visual Impairment (Chair)
Food and Drink Supply Chain (Vice Chair)
Football (Vice Chair)
Football Supporters (Vice Chair)
Human Rights (Vice Chair)
Palestine (Vice Chair)
Race Equality in Education
Special Educational Needs and Disabilities
Tennis (Vice Chair)
Women in Transport
Women’s Football (Vice Chair)