I graduated with a Masters’ in Mechanical Design Engineering from the University of Glasgow. I found a strange love for 3-D modelling, did a short internship with KPMG Hong Kong and was lucky enough t...
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I graduated from Northeastern University with a BSBA in Accounting and Management Information Systems, and a Masters in Accounting. I am also a licensed Certified Public Accountant.
Following graduation from Northeastern I began my career at PwC in the audit practice. After much thought I switched to the PwC Advisory practice in 2012. Within the Advisory practice I worked primarily with financial service clients, in the banking and asset management sectors. I focused on operational growth strategy, process re-engineering and design, technology implementation, stakeholder and project management, and merger implementation.
I joined Berkeley because I wanted to broaden my cross-industry experience while continuing to work on challenging and complex projects. I was also excited at the opportunity to help grow the practice in New York / US, and look forward to learning from that experience.
Outside of work, I share as much time as possible with my husband, family and friends. I have a strong passion for travel, and try to make sure that I always have the next adventure lined up! I am a self-professed foodie and wine enthusiast and enjoy eating out as well as experimenting in the kitchen.