Florence Eshalomi

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Florence Eshalomi
Member of the London Assembly
for Lambeth and Southwark
Assumed office
8 May 2016
Preceded by Valerie Shawcross
Majority 62,243
Lambeth Borough Councillor
for Brixton Hill Ward
Assumed office
4 May 2006
Preceded by Lydia Serwaa
Personal details
Political party Labour Co-operative
Spouse(s) Matthew
Children 1 daughter, Mia
Profession Politician
Website http://www.florenceeshalomi.org.uk/

Florence Eshalomi is a Labour Co-operative politician and since 8 May 2016 the member of the London Assembly for Lambeth and Southwark.[1] Since 2006 she has also been the councillor for the Brixton Hill ward of Lambeth Council.[2]

Eshalomi was elected to the Assembly on 5 May 2016 with a majority of 62,243 over the Conservative Party candidate Robert Flint.[3]

Prior to winning her seat in the Assembly, she worked for the PR agency Four Communications as a public affairs account manager.[4]

Eshalomi is married to a project manager named Matthew and has one daughter, Mia. She attends the Holy Rosary Catholic Church in Brixton.[5]

Eshalomi is of Nigerian descent.[6]


  1. ^ "Florence Eshalomi". London Assembly Website. Greater London Authority. Retrieved 9 May 2016. 
  2. ^ "Councillor Florence Eshalomi". Lambeth Website. Lambeth Council. Retrieved 9 May 2016. 
  3. ^ Cobb, Jason (6 May 2016). "Brixton Hill Cllr Florence Eshalomi elected to represent Lambeth and Southwark in the London Assembly". Brixton Buzz. Retrieved 9 May 2016. 
  4. ^ "Four Communications account manager wins London Assembly seat". PRWeek magazine. 11 March 2018. 
  5. ^ Morrison-Sloan, Megan. "About Me". Florence Eshalomi for Lambeth & Southwark. Labour Party. Retrieved 9 May 2016. 
  6. ^ "5 Interesting Facts About Florence Eshalomi – The Nigerian Woman Who Wants To Join The London Assemby – Woman.NG". woman.ng. 

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