Kirsten recently graduated from the University of Nottingham with a BA(Hons) in History.
Kirsten has joined the Business Improvement team at IMC, where she supports colleagues to ensure that due diligence and compliance is satisfactorily completed.
She is also working on the development of IMC’s Modern Slavery training and assisting with the implementation of Quality Management systems and external audits.
Prior to joining IMC, Kirsten undertook work experience with Crown Agents, working with their communication team to develop the staff profile section of their website.
She also gained valuable experience with Emerging Law and MDY Legal, where she developed a keen interest in the regulatory and compliance side of running a business.
Whilst at EM Law, she reviewed the implications of the recently introduced General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
Kirsten has a particular interest in the Modern Slavery act 2015 and the legal and regulatory impact that this law presents.
Kirsten has lived in both Nigeria and Japan and is particularly interested in ensuring that donor and aid money is spent as effectively as possible.