After two years in the public sector, I started my consulting career at PwC in 2010. Throughout my time there I developed a broad set of consulting skills designing and implementing large scale change...
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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 working with a range of fascinating clients across industry sectors, including retail, retail banking, health (NHS and private sector), membership organisations/regulators and consumer goods. I have also done some more study and picked up an MBA along the way.
With variety as a theme across industries, I’ve enjoyed ever more challenging roles across business strategy, project and programme management, new business start up and ‘client side’ supplier selection/procurement assignments; I particularly enjoy bringing shape and pace to new situations and find our style of working as part of a client's team very rewarding. Whatever the industry or role, getting the right things moving quickly tends to be key!
Most recently, I have worked with a number of global consumer goods organisations on multiple fronts: in digital, consumer engagement and analytics, Big Data, and mobilisation of a global ERP programme. It’s particularly exciting to be working in the digital space, and adapting skills to work in a more agile and ‘test and learn’ way.
I lead Berkeley’s Positive Social Action initiative, where we use our time and also fundraise to make a difference to charities and not-for-profits. I have recently been a Trustee for The House of St Barnabas in Soho, a charity dealing with homelessness, and am looking forward to getting involved with another charity. I’ve swapped running for swimming as a way to stay (a bit) fit, and enjoy food and drink – preferably in France.