Marsha de Cordova MP (Labour)

Marsha de Cordova is the Labour MP for Battersea and was elected in the 2017 General Election receiving 25,292 votes, which equaled a 45.9% plurality.

She is a graduate of the OBV BME Women's Councillor Scheme.

In 2014, Marsha was elected Labour Party Councillor for the Larkhall ward on Lambeth Council. Marsha’s longstanding involvement in politics stems from her experience as a disabled woman, as she is registered blind. Marsha hopes that through her involvement, she will be able to break down barriers for people with disabilities by giving guidance on the kind of adjustments that need to be made.

Alongside her political career, Marsha is also a disability rights campaigner. She has worked at the leading sight loss charity, Thomas Pocklington Trust, where she was the Director of Engagement and Advocacy. In addition, Marsha was previously the Chief Executive Officer for the charity South East London Vision, and prior to this worked for Action for Blind People.

Tel: 0207 219 0209
Twitter: @Marshadecordova