Mental Health Awareness Week (10-16 May) this year is timed perfectly to get us all thinking about the impact of the past year on mental
5 minutes with Tiffany Sims
Tell us something people might not know about you? I would be pretty surprised if there was anything, I am a bit of an open book! I am very family orientated and enjoy spending time with my nieces and nephews. I did hold the school record for 100m and still like to run. Plus, I was a beauty therapist for 10 years and have been known to paint nails before a Totum night out or for one of the team before a special occasion. What is your background? Following 10 years as a beauty therapist, I decided I wanted a change. I liked the idea of working in London and as a very sociable person I wanted to work in a larger office with the ability to learn something new. I certainly got that here as the role is so varied: one minute I could be liaising with clients and candidates, the next raising invoices, organising events, agreeing budgets, etc. What did you want to be when you were growing up? I wanted to be a lawyer. I was always interested in law and among others loved the film Erin Brockovich, where she discovers injustice in a poor and ill community and against the odds takes on the bad guys. I get quite emotional with any story where good wins over ‘evil’.
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