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I graduated from Imperial College, London with a degree in Mining Geology, and then joined Andersen Consulting (now Accenture). After 6 years there, I moved to Berkeley. I have had the privilege of wo...
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I started my consulting career in 2001, joining Accenture having graduated with a degree in History from the University of Nottingham the year before. Following Accenture, I joined Infosys Consulting in 2009. In my tenure at both firms, I was on programmes across a number of industries and sectors, from Big Pharma to FMCG via the NHS. These varied from pan European SAP and Oracle implementations to smaller, tactical value realisation projects and niche healthcare system deployments. I was also lucky to work in some pretty great locations across Europe and North America, which allowed me to appreciate the complexity of working in multi lingual teams. Many of these programmes also allowed me great insight into using a global delivery model, and to understand how to master the inherent challenges it brings.
I joined Berkeley because I was excited to find a consultancy with a difference, an organisation that is deeply focussed on ‘doing the right thing’ and less tied to methodology. I find the challenges of working more directly to find the right solution, and not the answer already in my back pocket, exciting and fulfilling.
Out of work, I share as much time as possible with my daughter and husband. I am an avid skier and get to the slopes as much as time and finances will allow. Equally, I have a keen interest in food and wine, which forces me into the gym in a desperate bid to ensure I fit my work clothes.