Clare joined the Velocitii team in early 2020 as Director of People, with a focus on putting people at the heart of the business and everything we do.
Prior to joining Velocitii, Clare spent 2 years at the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government (MHCLG) as HR Business Partner, working on diverse projects such as the EU exit and establishing core organisational principles and values.
Clare has been with the civil service since late 2014, where she lead the Civil Service Fast Stream (an award-winning leadership programme) at HMRC – and then later the Cabinet Office. During the four years she spent in this role, Clare worked hard to champion transgender and non-binary awareness, working closely with Diversity Role Models. This continues to be a subject she is passionate about.
Prior to joining the public sector, Clare spent two years with Vision Fund (a part of World Vision, one of the world’s biggest children’s charities) in an HR and recruitment role. It was in this role, where she was responsible for recruiting talented teams and individuals across 37 countries and spent time working in Tanzania, Kenya and Los Angeles, that Clare developed a love of working with people within an HR function.
Clare began her career at Goldman Sachs as a graduate and left 10 years later as Vice President of Treasury and FX Operations; a role that took her around the world, including two years spent living in India.
At Velocitii we are passionate about people, supporting them and enabling them to be at their best – this is the very first of our company values. We also believe that careers in digital and technology are both rewarding and contribute massively to society. However we are aware that a lot of young people may […]
In the third in our series of #TUPETopTips, we’re going to walk you through some of the benefits that we think are important to highlight when you’re working on a TUPE.
Each TUPE carries an extensive amount of risk and not taking the steps to understand, assess and mitigate these risks can be very costly. In our next set of tips, we set out the three risks it is most vital to know about, and what you need to consider for each.