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I joined the firm in 2019, having worked at another law firm in their Marketing department for a few years. I started my career as a PA for a financial services business, working closely with the Directors of a business allows you to gain a great understanding of how it works and when I returned from my maternity leave, I began working with the Marketing and Product Directors of the business. Here I began to learn about marketing and product development and started to see how I could contribute, working on a number of product and regulatory initiatives.

I work with a great Marketing team who are responsible for helping our clients understand how Pryers can help them through their complex claim process, working closely with the operation to ensure that we promote and offer the best service possible. It is very rewarding getting to know about our clients and seeing the positive impact we can make on their lives, letting them move on from a difficult situation with the answers they need.

I live in York with my husband and son and love cycling into work, I love the freedom it gives and the fact that it’s free to get to work. I also volunteer as Club Secretary to my son’s village football club, my husband also coaches the team, so our weekends are often dedicated to the side-lines.

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