I’m a senior consultant within the interim management team here at NSCG. Working with the logistics, distribution and warehousing space, I work closely with our teams in manufacturing and consumer.
- What experience and expertise do you bring to your role?
I previously worked as a mid-senior level recruiter for some of Europe’s top digital technology firms, placing sales and business development candidates for a number of exclusive clients.
At my role at NSCG I bring over eight years’ experience within the recruitment sector and expertise of advising clients how to best achieve their hiring goals.
- What are your thoughts on the future of your sector?
The logistics and warehousing sectors are rapidly growing, with new players emerging all the time. Alongside this you have some of the biggest and most successful companies in the world. With everyone’s working lifestyle being different after the pandemic, I only see the need for quality partners in this space and that means they are going to need brilliant leadership to stand out from the crowd.
- What do you enjoy outside of work? Any hobbies?
My main love is food and cooking, I am obsessed by it and find it an enjoyable way to unwind and switch off.
I am a huge sports fan and have been lucky enough to run the London Marathon twice, as well as playing 5-a-side football once a week.
In a previous life I was a DJ and have played gigs all over the UK, as well as being booked for a festival in Croatia. Sadly, I am much more boring now and prefer a quiet night in with a cup of tea.
- What’s your top three podcasts/books?
My three favourite books are A Moveable Feast by Ernest Hemingway, The Catcher In the Rye by JD Salinger and To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee.
At the moment I am loving the News Agents podcast – great for all sorts of political gossip and analysis!
- What’s your go-to productivity trick?
Eat your frog – do the most difficult tasks first.
- How do you prefer to start your day?
A morning walk is a must for me to feel energised and ready to go! Workwise I like to get myself organised with a to-do list and plan before I get started with any of the day’s tasks.
- What was your first job?
I had a Saturday job as a waiter in an Italian restaurant – a fairly full-on introduction to the world of work!
- What’s the best advice you were ever given?
Work hard and be nice to everyone you meet.