Munira Wilson was elected as MP for Twickenham in 2019, following Vince Cable's decision to stand down.
Munira Wilson is an experienced senior businesswoman with a professional, political and social track record, living in Whitton.
Munira has lived in Twickenham since 2005, and now lives with her husband and young family in Whitton. Munira is a former Twickenham councillor who helped to secure road safety improvements, tackle crime and anti-social behaviour and worked to protect the local environment.
Munira previously worked for a science and technology company leading on Brexit and health policy between 2016-2019. Before that, Munira has worked for health and children’s charities, as well as the NHS, and holds a modern languages degree from Cambridge University.
Locally, Munira will continue to champion local people’s concerns by opposing Conservative plans for a third runway at Heathrow and improving air quality, holding South Western Railway and Network Rail to account over poor service and inaccessible stations and helping to tackle the Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND) funding crisis
She was elected in the 2019 General Election.