You joined EDF in 2010, what is it about the company that’s made you stay?
The energy industry is interesting and working at EDF offers a chance to see how something that’s in everyone’s lives (gas and electrics) actually operates - how the lights are kept on minute to minute. There’s also the longer-term challenge of balancing a commercial company while providing the service our customers need. If you then factor in changing systems, innovative tech and our ambitions for Net Zero, it makes for a really interesting context within which to work.
EDF is large and varied, so I’ve changed jobs every couple of years, working within and outside of core Finance roles, so it’s never boring and I’ve gained a real breadth of experience.