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 graduating from the University of Durham in 2010 with a degree in Chemistry, I realised that life in the lab wasn't for me. The chance to be able to put my problem-solving skills to good use whilst working on a variety of projects within a business environment really appealed to me, which drew me into a career in consulting.
After a stint travelling New Zealand, Fiji and Asia, I joined PwC's consulting practice where I spent six years working primarily on large scale technology-enabled transformation and outsourcing programmes across a number of sectors: central government, defence and security and financial services to name a few. I was also lucky enough to spend six months working on secondment in New York.
I left PwC to join Berkeley because I wanted to focus on client work without the distractions that come with working for a Big 4 consultancy. The way that Berkeley work and the inclusive environment also really appealed to me and it hasn't disappointed so far!
Outside of work I currently live in South West London with my partner Annie and we love spending time with our friends and family. I'm into my food and enjoy cooking at home as much as trying new restaurants. I also love sport and after giving up playing football after one too many injuries, I'm now an avid golfer and spend a lot of time at weekends trying to convince myself I can still play to a half-decent handicap.