My career began in 1989 as a shorthand typist for the Social Services Department at Walsall Metropolitan Borough Council. In 1990 I acquired the role of Personal Secretary to the Principal of the then Sister Dora College of Nursing and Midwifery, Walsall Health Authority. It was in the September of 1994 when nursing and midwifery integrated into education - University of Wolverhampton. I have dedicated my time here since, providing a loyal and professional administration service to the Faculty of Education Health and Wellbeing in a number of varying roles.
In 2012, I graduated from the University of Wolverhampton with a Masters in Business Administration (MBA) degree. I have a passion around health and safety and qualitifed with the Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH) in 2013.
I am an effective people and resource manager and seen as a good leader. I was awarded runner up of the Vice-Chancellor's awards for staff excellence in the category of 'outstanding manager of the year award' (2012) and also nominated in the category of 'excellent customer service' (2013) (2014) awards. This is a prestigious recognition of my work. I pride myself on picking up on new ideas and working creatively and innovatively with them, through to completion.