My career has been built from the outset on working with business teams to get the most out of the technology available to them; from designing, programming and deploying systems in the 80s and early 90s, through to running large scale procurement and implementation projects in the 90s and 2000s.
I joined Hart Square at its inception and my role is to make my experience available to our clients, to the technology partners who work with them, and to our team. In each of those relationships the activities and behaviours may vary but the purpose remains the same, to do my bit to enable each of them to be the best they can be, to learn, to grow, to deliver and to achieve.
I’m enthusiastic about the power of technology but I’m not obsessed with it nor am I blinded by high tech.
Our work with non-profits intends to help them to cope with the digital age we find ourselves in, to innovate, re-invent and remain relevant. The pace of change we’re seeing is unprecedented and can be frightening; a huge part of our role is to help our clients maximise the impact of the investment they make in technology over the long term.
I’ve been a passionate supporter of a number of charitable causes since my student days and I care deeply about issues such as the protection of fundamental human rights, equality for each and every one of us, supporting native indigenous populations, and preserving our fragile planet for future generations.