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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I joined Berkeley in 2010 because I wanted to experience new industries whilst making the most of my existing experiences in consulting. My consulting career started when I joined Accenture in 2001 after graduating from Nottingham University with a degree in Economics.
I wasn’t sure what Accenture would hold but had been lured in by the offer of travel and variety. I soon discovered that I enjoyed working on complex engagements that really delivered something tangible. From my early days of working in teams delivering big systems I moved into roles with greater and greater responsibility. It was great to see what could be achieved when opportunities are grasped and delivered by talented and passionate people.
Since I joined Berkeley I’ve been lucky to experience new industries (Financial Regulation and Consumer Goods), as well as new technologies (SAP and mobility using Apple iPads). I’ve also had the opportunity to really step up and be the overall responsible person for project delivery which has been a great experience.
Outside of work I try to balance a couple of children with a love of playing and watching sport. Although my hockey career has had to go, it’s fair to say my wife isn’t always that happy when I disappear for 3 hours on the bike through the Chiltern Hills. She much prefers our shared love of skiing!