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Stories from our consultants

Hear from our consultants and find out what led them to Kubrick, how they have found their experience, and what advice they would give to people also considering a career in data and next-generation technology.


Hear from consultants across the various practices

Isabel Becker

Isabel Becker

Data Management Consultant

I studied English Literature at The University of Leeds. Coming from a non-stem background, everything I am learning at Kubrick as a Data Management Consultant is new to me. For the first time, I am being taught how to code, about current industry-standard data management software, and about digital compliance, all whilst strengthening my communication, presentation, and comprehension skills.

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Nikita Mandavia

Nikita Mandavia

Data Management Consultant

I joined Kubrick as a Data Management Consultant after graduating from Loughborough University with a master’s degree in Physics. The Kubrick team is highly diverse and supportive - people come from all kinds of academic and professional background and are always ready to offer advice and perspective to help consultants ease into the workforce.

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Tom White

Tom White

Data Management Consultant

I graduated in 2017 from the University of Exeter with a degree in Mathematics and worked for RBS. I joined Kubrick in March 2019 as a Business Data Analyst. I was inspired by the great clients, in-depth training and the scale of Kubrick’s growth. Kubrick has given me the opportunity to progress in entirely new avenues, of which, I previously would not of been able to scratch the surface of.

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Florence Instone

Florence Instone

Data Management Consultant

Studying Human, Social and Political Sciences at The University of Cambridge, I certainly didn’t come from a traditional STEM background. I joined Kubrick as a Data Management Consultant, with some background in coding. Kubrick really helped me develop a technical mindset in order to solve code-based, detailed problems. The opportunities for learning and personal development over the course of a two-year period are an exciting proposition.

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