I am truly a very lucky individual. In my current career which has in so far spanned over a decade, I have had the privilege of getting to know some wonderful people however, this time, I’ve had the luck of getting to appear on the AWARD WINNING Human Factor Podcast.
I’m one of the first podcasts after the Human Factor won their most excellent score of “Best European Security Podcast” at the 2018 European Security Blogger Awards held in London on the 5th June 2018 – I first met Jenny Radcliffe at a NADPO Event and she’s the nuts when it comes to creeping you out with her stories. I could sit and listen to her for hours about the things she gets up to, and the fact that she asked me to appear on the podcast blows my mind. I’ll never understand why people find me interesting to talk to but hey, I can’t complain.
At the end of the podcast post-recording I said to Jenny that it’s amusing that she was amazed by my wading through water / dealing with nasties but she’s totally cool with hanging off the side of a building or sitting in a cupboard in a business suit and all she had to say to me was that at least I have an explanation as to why I’m there; which creases me up.
Jenny cracks on about my style and dresses, I hate to break it to you but I don’t make them myself. You can find a lot of the dresses I wear on sites such as Lady V London and Hell Bunny If you like, you can feel inspired by the new hashtag I’ve created on twitter #RMGirlDressWatch to find out what I’ve worn to recent events and maybe it will stop people messaging me to ask me what I’m wearing (Thom Langford, stop it, you too Jav!).
You can find my awesome interview with the lovely Jenny Radcliffe here. Please give it some love and RT it out, as it would mean a lot.
If you want to learn more about what Jenny gets up to in her Social Engineering, you can also find out more about the topic on her website here.
If you want to learn more about getting into the Records Management Career then please do not hesitate to get in touch. You can also find the link to sign up to being a member of the Information and Records Management Society here.
Until then, I look forward to hearing from you all.