Rachel has wide experience of financial leadership across diverse organisations, within commercial, not for profit and public sectors and across the public-private boundary, integrating and meeting the, often conflicting, needs of a range of stakeholders.
Rachel specialises in providing business consultancy and partnering, financial modelling and business analysis, non-executive and Finance Director services to organisations with strong ethical cultures. She enjoys drawing out, modelling and analysing the information which enables a business to achieve strategic objectives.
With a Masters in Civil Engineering, Rachel took third place nationally in her CIPFA final exams. As Group Technical Accountant at Humberside County Council, she worked on financial modelling and issues relating to setting up four new unitary councils and disaggregating the old County Council. She moved to Corporate Finance Manager for the new North Lincolnshire Council, and then set up her own financial consultancy.
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