What's it like to work for a Christian charity? It's a caring culture with staff high on the agenda. Most meetings start with a prayer.
How does your faith affect your work? I took a 70 per cent cut in salary when I started this job. Normally I'd be looking for the next role after two and a half years, but I feel I still have a lot to give and Tearfund has a lot to give me. It's a role in which I can grow professionally and in my faith.
Do you see the charity's work first hand? I visit projects once or twice a year. We're encouraged to go out to get the charity's work from your head to your heart.
A few weeks after joining at Tearfund I saw our disaster work in South Sudan. It had a massive impact on me and made me realise I was in the right place.
What do you find most challenging in your job? At a charity, decisions take much longer than they do in the private sector. It is very deliberative - everyone is consulted and everyone is very passionate. Agreeing joint plans can take a long time.
What other job would you like to do? I'd like to be a social responsibility director for a major corporation.