I joined AAG in June, 2017 ahead of graduating from Royal Holloway with a First Class Honours in French. During my studies, I worked as a private tutor in the UK and had the opportunity to move out to the south of France for 18 months where I worked for the French government in two schools.
Starting at AAG to specifically address the Marketing & Events for our private clients, I initially worked on AAG’s brand & marketing materials following the management buy-out in 2016. The role encompassed digital marketing, including the management of our social media, website and client communications. I also worked to centralise the Financial Education proposition to create a robust offering for existing corporate clients, largely by designing and implementing new technology. Supporting charity applications made to the St. James’s Place Charitable Foundation is also within my remit and I sit on the SJP Charitable Foundation Local Grants committee.
My role has since transitioned and my main responsibility is now AAG’s award-winning workplace Financial Education programme. I am incredibly passionate about Financial Wellbeing, everyone should have the correct knowledge to be able to make an informed decision about their personal finances, regardless of their personal circumstances – after health, wealth is the single next most important factor as it determines our how we live on a day to day basis and the choices we are able to make. An alarming trend between financial illiteracy and wealth inequality shows that wealthier individuals tend to have a good level of financial knowledge. At AAG, I strive to help close the wealth gap in society by providing sound financial education and guidance to employees through our Workplace Financial Education & Wellbeing programme.
My varied role includes; strategy; content; brand; MI; client relationship management. On a day-to-day basis, I can typically be found with my laptop and a good cup of coffee, working through my daily emails & tasks. When I’m not working, I enjoy Barre classes and running and I try to get back to France as often as possible, if even just for the odd weekend – quel plaisir!