Mundill Mahil is a former medical student who became involved in a complex legal trial where she was acquitted of murder by a jury but convicted of the lesser charge of GBH. She spent over two years in custody in HMP Holloway and HMP Send, and a further three years on licence.
Mundill returned to full time study and read Politics, Philosophy and Economics at King’s College London. Since graduating she has worked for a national anti-hate crime reporting service as a programme management consultant. She now works with organisations that support people with criminal convictions to access meaningful employment and training opportunities.
She continues to work with several groups to help those who have been affected by domestic violence, sexual assault and those with mental health issues.
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