After two years in the public sector, I started my consulting career at PwC in 2010. Throughout my time there I developed a broad set of consulting skills designing and implementing large scale change...
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My career in Accounting started during my time at Sheffield University where I graduated with a degree in Forensic Accounting. My studies gave me fantastic insight into the laws and red flags surrounding money laundering and Bribery, allowing me the experience of acting as an expert witness and equipping me with the skills to identify corporate fraudulent activity.
After graduating, I took up accounting roles in a variety of organisations from a range of industries, including law firms and Marketing companies, to gain a broad exposure into the financial operations of businesses.
I recently moved to London and was fortunate enough for an opportunity to join Berkeley, where I have since enjoyed broadening my accounting skills whilst also studying ACCA and I hope to qualify as a Chartered accountant.
Outside of Berkeley I love to travel back to Sheffield, to centre myself again from a busy and fast paced life in London in a more calm environment surrounded by the beautiful peak District. The gym and reading lifestyle/self-development books are also a passion. I am currently reading ‘ The Monk who sold his Ferrari’.