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.