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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I graduated from the University of Nottingham in 2004 with a degree in English and Philosophy. Unsure what career path beckoned I spent a couple of years working for various NHS organisations and then travelling the world. I was fortunate enough to spend time in South and Central America, Asia and South Africa and picked up the scuba diving bug along the way.
From the NHS I joined Accenture and spent 10 years working across multiple industries including health and government, retail banking and capital markets. I specialised in large scale technology driven transformational change programmes and latterly focused on recovery programmes. During this time, I worked predominantly between the UK and India where I became hooked on masala chai – I’m still in search of a decent one in London! I joined Berkeley in 2016 because I wanted to continue to work with a range of clients, in a truly collaborative way, on some of the most challenging business and transformational journeys.
Outside of work I enjoying spending time with my husband and two young children and getting away to the Sussex coast where I grew up. I try and get my running shoes on as often as possible and am determined to one day find a way of combining two pre-schoolers with scuba diving.