Senior Consultant, HR recruitment
A bit about me:
Dyslexia wasn’t mentioned when I was growing up; you just couldn’t spell, full stop.
The chance of going to university wasn’t on my radar but I knew the world was an exciting place and I wanted some of it – I joined the RAF and found my tribe, it was definitely the making of me. Postings around the world and playing lots of sports was a dream come true. After leaving I still couldn’t settle and worked in New York on a ranch for a few years where I met my very dearest friend, who became my children's Godfather and is my now-husband's best mate. I also had a stint in Prague teaching students English and finally settled in London where I managed a restaurant chain for a time.
I am a mother of 3 teenagers (twin boys and a girl) who are all competitive spirits - if it's not hockey, its rugby and golf plays a major part of our lives too.
What ED&I means to me:
As someone who is neurodiverse, I am a passionate advocate of ED&I and thankful everyday that times have changed.