Katie Cameron, Executive Coach at KPMG Malta, took to social media to announce her departure from the company after two years.
Throughout her tenure, Ms Cameron’s responsibilities included coaching leaders, preparing business development proposals, and building working relationships with managers and leaders, amongst other things.
“Today officially marks my last day at KPMG Malta. I would like to say a huge thanks for all the support the business has given me during the last few years in both my personal and professional growth,” Ms Cameron wrote.
Prior to her appointment at KPMG Malta, the former Executive Coach worked for just under nine years at Western Union Business Solutions.
There she started out as a Compliance and Accreditation Executive and eventually worked her way up to Operations Manager.
“During this time, I have had the opportunity to work with clients from various industries across the world, and I can honestly say there was never a dull moment,” Ms Cameron continued.
“It has been a pleasure working with so many great people – both clients and colleagues – in particular my team People and Change Advisory,” she wrote.
Going forward, Ms Cameron will be taking on a new role in Scotland.
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