I spent the first eight years of my working life in a line technology role with a third-party supply chain and logistics service provider, joining in 1990 on completing an IT degree. When I left, I wa...
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After obtaining a degree in Law and Spanish and contemplating a career as a lawyer, I decided to join Accenture’s graduate scheme in 2009.
During my ten years at Accenture, I worked primarily with public sector clients including police forces, policy agencies, universities, NHS trusts and revenue departments. I’ve undertaken roles across the project lifecycle, though my primary experience has involved business and digital strategy, operating model design and business case development. I am particularly interested in how organisations can use emerging digital technologies to deliver their strategic goals, and the wider organisational impact of these trends.
In January 2019 I decided to join the Berkeley Partnership, having been impressed by the unique culture and the opportunity to work across multiple industries and types of project.
When I’m not at work my interests include playing football, golf and skiing (with varying degrees of success), travelling to new places with my wife Alex, going to see live music and anything food-related. Having become a father for the first time, it remains to be seen how much time I will have for these!