Blind Children UK is a bit of a mouthful - in the office do you refer to yourselves as BCUK? We never use the acronym because it renders the name meaningless: it's always Blind Children UK. Anyone in the organisation who uses the acronym is fined £10 each time.
How's your Braille? I'm sighted and don't read Braille. But it's impressive to watch - a real skill. I know that my surname, while having five letters, is correctly spelled with only three in Braille, as the combinations "ow" and "th" have their own symbols.
Tell us a joke that finance people will appreciate. I'll give you two. Optimists say a glass is half full, pessimists that it is half empty. Accountants say it should be replaced with a half-size, lower-cost glass. And a second: there are three sorts of accountant - those who can count and those who can't.
How much of what you learned while training to be an accountant is useless in the real word? Quite a bit! What you learn is technical in nature, but the secret to success in the job is an ability to communicate financial matters to a broad spectrum of people, from business-savvy trustees to service delivery staff.
If you could swap jobs with anyone (literally anyone) for a day, who would it be? Tricky one: how about Ian Anderson, lead singer of the band Jethro Tull.