What attracted you to inContext?
What attracted me most about inContext was the ability to enjoy the benefits and culture of a smaller company whilst getting to work with large international organisations. inContext has a strong focus on the development of their team members and offers a workplace culture that encourages engagement through social activities. These positives of a smaller company are coupled with the opportunity to work on challenging projects with some of the biggest and most advanced international organisations.
What are you hoping to contribute to inContext?
I am hoping to bring a new set of skills and knowledge to inContext and, more importantly, a different way of thinking. Having grown up ‘down under’ in Australia, I believe I view and approach problems in a slightly different way to that here in Sweden. I am a strong believer that diversity in a team fosters innovation and I hope to significantly contribute to every assignment I am involved with, further advancing inContext’s already impressive reputation.
Mention something about yourself that your colleagues do not already know?
I am very passionate about sport. Growing up I played every kind of sport I could. I love the team aspect of sport, the socialising, and the ability to improve yourself both physically and mentally. Quickly after moving to Sweden I joined an Australian rules football team where I have met a lot of great people and have been having a lot of fun.