We Have A New Member Of Staff!
After 6 years of faithful service at The Sussex Snowdrop Trust our trusty office manager Angela has moved back to Wales with her family, and we are now delighted to welcome Liz to the team!
Find out more about Liz and what she’ll be up to in our interview with our new star…..
So, Liz, tell us about yourself
I have just recently moved from London down to Walberton with my new husband. I’m originally from Chichester but I lived in London for 35 years. I started off as a trained actress where I did a couple of professional roles, and then I worked for the BBC as a dresser. After that I worked on cruise shops as a social hostess as part of the entertainment team so I have seen most areas of the world! I have also worked in events, PR, publishing, a private members club and as big bus tour guide. It’s lovely opportunity to now come and work for The Sussex Snowdrop Trust and get out of the corporate world into a much more peaceful environment.
What will you be doing at Snowdrop?
As Office Manager I will be supporting the team with the accounting, receiving incoming donations and making sure everything is logged properly. I’m responsible for making sure the office is well equipped and being a support to the team.
You’ve been at Snowdrop for two months now, what’s your favourite thing about working here?
The location! It’s peaceful and the sun has always shined since I have been working here! (although it has been summer). It’s a nice, relaxed atmosphere.
What are you most excited about in your new role?
I am really excited about working with the new team looking at new ways of taking The Sussex Snowdrop Trust forward from an events point of view.
What is the best compliment you have ever had?
I once was made redundant from a job and my colleagues were so upset there was a company revolt!
…And we can understand why!
Liz is based in our Head Office in Walberton and is already astounding us with her uber-efficiency! Please join us in welcoming her to the Snowdrop family and drop by and say hi to her sometime, she’d love to meet you.