I graduated from Northeastern University with a BSBA in Accounting and Management Information Systems, and a Masters in Accounting. I am also a licensed Certified Public Accountant.
Julianne Meyer, Consultant
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At Berkeley, we’re always looking for ways to do things differently, especially when it comes to supporting our people and doing the best possible job for clients. Business coaching, whether internally to aid personal development or as an additional service for clients, fits with our ethos because it helps us to build trust and nurture high calibre people. As an organisation, we pride ourselves on selecting projects for complex, critical and lasting change. Coaching gives us the right tools to stay true to that ambition.
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