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I started out in Management Consultancy in 1997 having graduated from the University of Durham with a Masters degree in Astrophysics. I have worked with some fantastic clients over the last fourteen ...
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Having finished my History degree at Manchester University I spent two adventure-filled years travelling around the world.
I started out in management consultancy in 1997 and joined Berkeley in 2006 after completing an MBA at Cranfield.
I became a consultant largely for the variety of work, which turns out to be a particular Berkeley strong point. In my time here I have worked across Energy, Health, FMCG and Transport & Logistics, as well as with Private Equity. I’ve been lucky enough to lead some transformational business programme delivery in stints at the NHS and Royal Mail, and have been involved in some large-scale organisational and operating model change at other clients. There’s never a dull moment.
The Berkeley culture suits me down to the ground. I’d describe it as fun but focused, well structured but full of ideas, relaxed and informal but full of energy, and supportive but competitive (in a nice way!).
Home life is gloriously manic – between us Claire and I have four young sons and so a lot of time is spent having fun with them/keeping them on the straight and narrow. I’m a pretty good cook, a decent drummer (I would like to have been a professional musician) and an ‘enthusiastic’ skier. I love London and try to take full advantage of all it has to offer – music, theatre, art, museums, food, drink, all the good things... Last, but not least, I continue to support Nottingham Forest, though they really don’t deserve it.