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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After studying Psychology at University College Dublin I had a career dilemma: train as a psychologist or enter the corporate world. I spent the next few years in various roles from academic research to sales, with some backpacking thrown in for good measure, before deciding on management consulting. I completed a Master’s Degree in Business Studies in 2005 and then moved to London to join Deloitte’s Human Capital Consulting practice.
At Deloitte I learned from many talented colleagues and clients over the years, building deep expertise in all things people-related: organisational culture, performance & reward, organisation design, change management and HR transformation. I love the variety of a consulting career and have been fortunate to work with clients across a wide range of industries including manufacturing, retail, life sciences, financial services and government. I joined Berkeley in 2012 for the opportunity to broaden my experience further in a truly unique firm that revolves around doing what’s best for its clients and its people.
Outside of work I like to travel to new places, go horse-riding when I get the chance and to cook (probably more to eat) vegetarian food. Most weekends are spent enjoying the endless possibilities that London offers, from galleries to gigs, markets to museums, and parks to pubs.