I have been a member of the AAT for 25 years and am the latest recipient of the coveted ‘Past Presidents’ award. I spent my formative accounting years, in practice, in Yeovil, before moving into the charity sector where I spent eight years working in the local theatre, and two children’s charities. I moved into the FE/HE sector 11 years ago where I subsequently managed all AAT/Sage and A-Level accounting programmes in a large south-west college. I then joined the Accountancy Learning team in the summer of 2014!
I have sat on the AAT Council and various ad-hoc boards during my time in education and have worked with the AAT to bring about supportive changes for students and lecturers alike.
I like baking and I also like attending sports events with my daughter (particularly cricket at Somerset). Sadly, I like accounting too.
We’re delighted to add that in May 2017, Neil won the AATs Lifetime Achievement Award (AAT Tutor)!
“Mens sana in corpore sano”
“Failure is not an option” (Gene Krantz, Apollo 13 Director)