- IB: Art, Geography, Maths, Environmental Systems, Chinese, English
- PRINCE2 Foundation and Practitioner 2017
- NVQ Level 3 in Business Administration
- City, University of London – Directorate Operations & Project Manager
- City, University of London – Executive Assistant
- University of Nottingham – PA to Director of Financial Operations
- University of Nottingham – PA and School Administrator
- NHS Nottingham City CCG – Apprentice Administrator
- Nottinghamshire Alliance Training Hub – Operations & Liaison Manager
I’m an experienced administrator and I am currently developing my business communications and marketing skills. I enjoy being creative. My latest creative hobby is designing and sewing patchwork quilts. I also enjoy playing netball and badminton.
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My Typical Day:
I work in an office environment (although my office is mainly my bedroom at the moment!). I would respond to emails and queries, input my views at meetings, design creative publications like posters and icons, make updates to the website, undertake project management, event management and support colleagues.
Quick Fire Questions
How would you describe yourself in 3 words?
Supportive and creative communicator
Who is your favourite singer or band?
No particular favourite. I’ve been listening to a lot of electronic dance music lately.
What's your favourite food?
I love Mexican food – nachos and fajitas are my favourite.
What is the most fun thing you've done?
I travelled around New Zealand for a month and did some adventure activities such as bungy jump, Nevis swing, white water rafting and sky-diving… then I got stranded out there for another two weeks when lockdown hit!
What did you want to be after you left school?
I honestly had no idea – I liked Art and Maths at school so tried out Architecture, but that wasn’t for me in the end.
Were you ever in trouble at school?
I was never a morning person and so was late for school a few times, once they even sat me on the ‘naughty wall’ for missing registration line-up in primary school!
What's the best thing you've done in your career?
This is hard to narrow down. I’m a driven individual and like to set myself career goals. When I started out in administration, I wanted to move into a management role and so took up any opportunity I could to supervise and expand my skill set. I’m proud to say I achieved that goal and managed my first team when I was 25.
What or who inspired you to do your job?
I spent 4 years working at City, University of London. During that time I was managed by both the Director and Deputy Director of our department. I found them both inspirational women who really supported me and gave me ample opportunity to develop and grow. Having a good manager really makes a difference in a job.
If you weren't in healthcare, what job would you do?
I think it would be fun to work for a film company.
If you had 3 wishes for yourself what would they be? - be honest!
- The pandemic to be over
- Live more in the moment
- Paid for trip around the world!
Tell us a joke.
I am rubbish at jokes, sorry!