I decided I wanted to be an accountant when I was just 8-years old after a teacher told me I’d be good at it, because I loved maths! My first job was at Walter J Edwards & Co where I studied for and passed my AAT qualification. As I progressed in my career, qualifying as a Chartered Accountant in 1993, I worked for Clark Whitehill, one of the largest firms of accountants in the country, and then for Gravestock & Owen where I remained for 12 years. In 2003, I decided to go it alone and set up my own practice, Aim Higher Business Advisors Ltd.
I first crossed paths with Les in 2007 at a breakfast networking club. This chance meeting eventually led to me joining Midas and was the start of the brilliant partnership we now have.
You may not know this but…
I met my husband seven years ago at a Ceroc dance class. (Ceroc is a mix of Salsa and Jive, for those not in the dancing scene!). We still dance to this day and are currently learning ballroom. I love the Waltz and can do a mean Square Tango!
My favourite joke is . . .
What’s white and can’t climb trees?
I can’t live without . . .
My two teenage daughters (or so they tell me!).
The one thing I would take with me to a deserted island is . . .
Robbie Williams (I’m sure he’d come…).
My guilty pleasure is . . .
Eamonn Holmes. I have to get my fix every morning, watching him on Sky News.