Tenant Services Officer
One of several tenant services officers at Babergh, at 27 she's involved in estate management and tenant liaison services and has produced some well- regarded ideas in the process.
A legal executive, with a law degree from Teesside University, she discovered she didn't want to be a solicitor, though she has worked for the Crown Prosecution Service.
Involvement with housing issues in the voluntary sector convinced her to pursue it
with Waveney DC in 1997.
'It's a challenging, very busy job. I use my legal knowledge every day, but I prefer working with people. I'd like to move into project-based managerial roles without losing the customer focus.
'I'm currently studying for a Chartered Institute of Housing post-graduate diploma.
I see myself as a career person and I aim to progress in housing with a local authority or housing association.'