What’s your music taste?
From Classical to Jazz, pop and old-school drum & bass. My favourite Jazz artists are Gregory Porter and Diana Krall. ALSO will never tire of listing to the U2 ‘The Joshua Tree’ album.
What’s your guilty pleasure?
While my husband is getting the boys to bed, I watch historical Viking dramas on Netflix. My favourite has been The Last Kingdom series, and this has nothing to do with the male lead being an Adonis 😉
Tell me about your favourite memory from your life…
I have the best childhood memories from my summer holidays. Every year my family would go camping down in Cornwall with friends, and I loved the long summer days on the beach, sunburn, seagulls, crab catching, rock with your name through it and Cornish pasties.
My adult memory is meeting my husband for the first time and then getting hitched!
What’s the wildest thing you’ve ever done?
Giving birth to TWINS… I think that counts!
A ‘wild thing’ that happened to me was being in an earthquake while on holiday in Bali — it was the eve of my 40th Birthday — thankfully, I lived to tell the tale 🙂
If you could travel to any year in a time machine, what year would you choose?
Victorian era. Would want to go back as a High Society Lady wearing exquisite Victorian dresses and ornate jewellery. Though the lack of sanitation will be horrid!
What’s your favourite food of all time?
My husbands cooking 🙂
What game or reality show would you like to be a guest on?
LegoMasters — I’ve developed a love of lego builds through playing with my sons; however, I don’t think I’m up to the standard required to be a contestant! Just have to see the brick pit!
What was the silliest mistake you’ve ever made at work?
Had to advise a candidate to be more aware of their personal hygiene and wear deodorant as the client requested it — the studio must have been a small space! NOTE: They took it well!
What’s the best advice you’ve ever received?
My Dad has always said, ‘Never, never, never-EVER give up on your goals and dreams for your life!’
What’s your favourite thing about working in recruitment?
My favourite thing is making those client and candidate connections, and when a candidate gets the offer they’ve been waiting for, it is gold!
What advice would you like to give to our candidates searching for jobs?
Be open and follow your passion in the role you want to pursue, trust your gut and look at your skills that you can add to a role but also be transparent on those that you need to learn.