After graduating from the University of Nottingham with a degree in Finance, Accounting and Management, I took two gap years where I carried out voluntary work (Citizen’s Advice Bureau), an internship...
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Following a degree in Marketing from the University of Portsmouth I joined IBM’s consulting practice where I stayed for 10 years before joining The Berkeley Partnership in 2018.
My main area of focus while at IBM was in people related technology transformations - always being at the intersect between the technology and business teams. I have worked with some fantastic organisations across the public sector, manufacturing, consumer products and oil and gas and it was whilst working on a particularly complex transformation project that I met The Berkeley Partnership. I knew almost immediately that I wanted to be part of the Berkeley team but IBM is a fantastic place to grow and learn so it wasn’t until a few years later when I finally made the move.
I’m now enjoying Berkeley life in London working on truly fascinating projects. I am a mentor to a young person with London based charity Friendship Works and have fun pottering around my allotment at the weekends.
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