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I graduated from Imperial College, London with a degree in Mining Geology, and then joined Andersen Consulting (now Accenture). After 6 years there, I moved to Berkeley. I have had the privilege of wo...
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After studying Psychology at Southampton University I began my career in management consultancy at Accenture, working with an exciting mix of clients and tackling complex business problems. I spent almost nine years working across a number of industry sectors including Government, Media, Financial Services and most significantly the Pharmaceutical industry.
My experience is in large project and programme management with a particular focus on financial systems implementation. Whilst working for a global pharmaceutical firm I was able to lead a number of geographically and culturally disparate teams, racking up both air miles and hotel points along the way! I also spent a year living and working in Beijing which was a wonderful life experience as well as a challenging and diverse place to do business.
I joined Berkeley attracted by the opportunity to work more closely with clients and to broaden my consulting experience. Since joining I have worked for multiple clients and experienced a number of new industry sectors. While I have continued to develop my project and programme management skills I have also lead a strategy project for a major UK retailer.
Outside of work I live in South West London with my wife Isabella and our two young children. Family and work means that my love of sport is largely restricted to viewing rather than playing but I do manage the odd round of golf or game of squash. The highlight of most summers is a trip to the cricket, despite the unpredictability of the british weather and England's form.