Learning more about our people: Oxana Brookes, Head of Energy and Infrastructure Services

What do you think makes Redgrave special?

What makes Redgrave special from my perspective is that even though we are about 50 people, this is still a business that is growing and developing, and correspondingly everybody has an opportunity to shape the business and its future.

What do you most enjoy about working at Redgrave?

I really like meeting people, and the people we meet on a day-to-day basis are the people who are leaders of the industries and leaders of their sectors, so it’s a very exciting environment. I also enjoy learning about different sub-sectors and different geographies.

What is your proudest moment at Redgrave?

I work in infrastructure as a sector, so when I walk by my clients with my nine-year-old son, I’m very proud to be able to tell him that this is the airport that I worked for, and this is the water company that I support, and this is the train operator that I have worked for.

What do you like to do outside of work?

I love dancing, and I have been dancing since I was four, starting in Ukraine and continuing here in the UK. I have been performing for the last year as well.

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