Iona White

Managing Consultant

 

  • > Technical Project Management 
  • > Delivery within large transformation programmes 
  • > Business Analyst  
  • > Business case creation
  • > Solving complex business problems  

Background

I joined DWW in 2018 after 3 years working at an innovation focused London based start-up. My role there focused on helping large companies create and foster a ‘culture of innovation’, in order to more successfully deliver results from their innovation efforts. This role involved both technical project management alongside managing and advising on large-scale business change.  Prior to this I did a Law Conversion Course at BPP after graduating in Geography from the University of York.

Outside of work I enjoy running and am currently training for my first marathon. I also love travelling, exploring new places in London and further afield.

Skillset

At work, I particularly enjoy delivery within large scale transformation programmes. I have 5 years project management experience and pride myself on the ability to effectively translate intricate technical problems to easily digestible business narrative.

I enjoy working on complex delivery programmes, helping people achieve results through successful communication, proactive risk management and a passion for problem solving. I have an enthusiastic approach to my work and enjoy working closely with clients to understand their pain points in order to develop the best approach for delivering results efficiently and effectively. 

Career Highlights

One of my career highlights so far is leading the first project to put highly sensitive data onto the cloud for a global bank - managing data governance and delivering complex regulatory approvals across 60 countries. This was the first project of its kind within the bank and so it required me to design and implement the ongoing regulatory approvals process for the Change Team, aligning with regulatory requirements for each country in scope, whilst communicating success across the bank.

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