“An experienced Manager within the eDiscovery cluster at EY. I have a breadth of eDiscovery skills and knowledge developed from my initial associate role, through to my current role as a project manager. I currently manage a number of engagements throughout eDiscovery which span across a number of different sectors including financial services, pharmaceuticals and life sciences. I also have key involvement in a number of operational and people based initiatives to continue to develop the eDiscovery and wider Forensic Technology & Discovery Services team.”
"I started my career at EY as an Associate after graduating from university in 2010. The past 5 ½ years have provided the opportunity develop new skills and gain experience within forensic collection and preservation; processing and data culling techniques; advanced litigation support; advanced analytics and project management skills; alongside a number of soft skills.
As a project manager I have managed a number of large engagements, with my most recent involvement being within in a number of financial services projects focusing on the identification and analysis of transactions violating economic sanctions. These project have seen me work with EY teams worldwide. I also have experience developing and managing custom built solutions for our clients most recently for an annual Conflict Minerals compliance reporting which saw me working closely with our US and Indian colleagues to develop a new solution for the Forensic Technology & Discovery Services team to take to market.
I have been provided the opportunity to work directly with the EY Global Talent team and have key involvement with the development and delivery of a global learning curriculum and methodologies for the Forensic Technology & Discovery Services team. Alongside this, I have also been personally provided with training to develop my skill set and as a result now have a number of certifications including EnCase Certified Examiner and Relativity Certified Administrator.
I continue to learn new skills every day and strive to continue to progress my career here at EY. I look forward to what the future of eDiscovery and FTDS has to offer."