Hannah joined EY-Seren straight after she graduated in 2017. She moved from Scotland to be here.
“My degree was in Industrial Design, so more product focused, but I was more interested in service design. I was lucky because at uni I had a mentor who helped me build my exposure to service design, which gave me a good grounding.
The great thing about EY-Seren is that they involved me in interesting projects right from the beginning. I was engaged on a major project a few weeks after I arrived and was given every opportunity to participate, rather than just shadow. It also meant that I got to see the whole project life-cycle early on, which was really helpful.
Between projects starting and ending I’m really encouraged to keep learning. My personal and career development really matters to them. I feel grateful to have access to my learning and development fund and such a range of courses and resources.”