People in Deloitte in Wales
By Shaun Curtis
Shaun Curtis is a tax partner at Deloitte in Wales who specialises in personal tax. Looking back on his career path from graduate to partner, Shaun explores the opportunities available to anyone considering a career in tax at Deloitte.
By Phil Lane
Phil Lane, financial advisory and consumer partner at Deloitte, looks at owner managed businesses and why a clear strategy is essential to success.
By Sarah Kruger
Sarah Kruger, director and TechWorks lead at Deloitte, talks about her experiences of working in a male dominated environment and how her thinking on role models has changed through the course of her career.
By Tess Williams
Tess Williams, a partner in our South West & Wales tax practice, talks about her career path and explains why social mobility and opportunities for all are important to her.
By Natalie Hearn
This International Women’s Day, Natalie Hearn challenges what she considers to be gendered behaviours, especially those encountered on Zoom calls.
By Ian Howse
Ian Howse, senior partner for Deloitte in Wales, talks about a gender equal mindset and how it can enable people to reach their full potential.
By Philippa Rowe
Philippa Rowe, a senior manager at Deloitte, challenges the notion that finance is a male dominated world.
By Rebecca Savvides
Rebecca Savvides from Deloitte’s TechWorks team gives a personal account of resilience.
By Martyn Gregory
To mark International Women’s Day, Martyn Gregory, senior partner for South West & Wales region at Deloitte, challenges what people consider to be traditional working arrangements and discusses how these are evolving.
By Lucy Hetherington
Lucy Hetherington, who leads Deloitte’s South West and Wales Gender Balance Network, talks about how she is challenge gender stereotypes and assumptions through her work with the regional diversity network.