Mums@Work is the first initiative of its kind in the region focused on helping mothers back into the work place after taking a career break. We are not only here to connect candidates and clients - we are here to guide, mentor and ensure that our mums have the skills and confidence to get the job that is right for them. For our clients, we are a route to a mass of super talented women who bring with them not only a wealth of experience, but also diversity and a strong work ethic to your team.
Meet the team
I have been in the Middle East for over 10 years and suspect I will be here for a lot longer. My career has been with three companies, all within the world of recruitment. I became a Dot comer at the age of 30 where I headed up Monster.co.uk and learnt that you don’t have to follow the norm ( I also learnt to skateboard in the office!)
I move at 100 miles an hour, be it work, family or hobbies, I actually make my husband dizzy! Always keen to take on a new challenge and believe there is no such word as can’t. After 14 years in local and international communication roles and two children later I took the leap to build the first consultancy in the region empowering mums to step back into the workplace with flexible working...
I like to be active, whether that involves running around after my two young boys or a grueling workout before the nursery run. I'm a strong believer in positive thinking and like to set myself daily goals to get things done! Having spent the last 3 years in play centres and attending coffee mornings I was more than ready to transition back to the professional world...
Passion is what sums me up! I like to be in the game and believe in moving consistently; no matter how little may be the distance covered it certainly takes you somewhere worthwhile. At home it’s all about my adorable little pumpkin-cess and ever persistent husband, who needs to cope up with...
I have lived in the Middle East for the last 14 sun, sea and especially sand-filled years. I am a qualified HR professional and I tirelessly worked right up to the birth of my first daughter, but as many other mums have experienced, I found it really difficult after 6 years at coffee mornings ...