Tell us a bit about yourself and how you came to be at the Clock Tower Sanctuary?

I’ve had a bit of an eclectic career; starting out as cabin crew, moving into hospitality and hotel management, spending some time in a global marketing and comms role for a commercial real estate firm and doing a short stint in executive search before moving to this amazing city and joining Silicon Brighton. Charity partnerships and community strategies have formed part of my role for the last few years and I wanted to make it a bigger part of how I spend my time. Homelessness is a cause I’m truly passionate about I feel privileged to be a part of such an amazing charity that has a real impact at a local level.


What do you like most about working at the Clock Tower Sanctuary?

I’ve been humbled by how knowledgeable the team are and it’s inspiring to be around people who make such a difference to people’s lives, both day to day and also at a strategic level. The centre is just amazing and, combined with the other organisations they partner with, it’s incredible to be part of a charity that’s making such a tangible difference.


What’s your favourite teatime treat?

A flat white (not sure if that’s cheating!) and ALL the biscuits! But a hobnob (or six) if you insist on making me choose…