Adam’s technical and communication skills have developed enormously since he’s been here – he puts it down to the autonomy and great support he gets.
As a keen amateur athlete, Mark always dreamed of Olympic glory. However, it would be his project management expertise that secured his involvement with the Rio 2016 and Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.
Amy tells us all about her career in Audit & Assurance, from inclusion and the environment, to her love of her adopted Scottish home.
As Director of Alliance and Business Development, Michelle Roberts has a leading role in Deloitte’s Cloud Practice which is transforming the way businesses interact with technology.
Since joining Deloitte 15 years ago, Nysia Sewell has progressed to being Cloud Delivery Director while maintaining a great work/life balance. This is down to Deloitte’s flexible and responsive approach to inclusion and talent acquisition.
As a recent recruit with a wealth of experience, Jim Thompson is working with clients to improve the security of our country through digital transformation and innovative leadership strategies.
From Chemical Engineering to DevOps, Sahil Tourani is now based in London working on transforming the digital landscape whilst simultaneously taking advantage of the London restaurant scene.
Rebecca’s been training in performing arts for many years and is now putting in a great performance at Deloitte too. We talked to her about her highly technical Apprenticeship in Consulting.
From sharing knowledge to developing business proposals, working with the British Olympic Association was all about teamwork for Lucy.
Making a meaningful impact is what Deloitte is all about. Not just for our clients, but for our people and the wider community too. Our belief in giving back is the reason we offer all of our people 3.5 hours every month to volunteer. A career here means you get to make an impact in a way that’s truly personal to you.
Over the past few weeks, six of our volunteers from across the firm have shared their experiences. We hope you find them inspiring. We certainly did.
Today, we hear from Lee.