Grace is the go-to girl at Tiger and our unsung hero for just ‘getting it done’. With a degree in Computer Science, she wears many hats – frequently switching between office manager, travel manager, marketing assistant, events co-ordinator, facilities manager and IT support without batting an eyelid!
She’s an adventurous type, having spent six months in Australia, and often makes the team jealous when she breezes off on her European getaways. When she’s not at work, you can find Grace cuddling and Instagramming her little dachshund Ronnie.
What makes you fiercely distinctive?
Keeping a cool head when there are a thousand things needing to be completed, all of them urgent!
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