Meet the Team: Rachel McCulloch, Operations Manager

This week it’s all about our Rachel McCulloch, Operations Manager.  Rachel manages Active’s Client Support Team, but is also the go to person for help, advice & support for the whole Active team.

Rachel worked at Yorkshire Bank for 19 years, before joining Active in 2009.

Name: Rachel McCulloch

Job Title: Operations Manager (office based)

Qualifications: CeMap and currently studying for Diploma in Leadership & Management

Family: Married with 1 son, Joseph aged 10 & Bolo the dog

Hobbies: Running & generally trying to keep active

Favourite Restaurant: I don’t really do restaurants but if had to choose probably Santoro’s in Yarm

Person you would most like to meet (alive or dead) and why: A mixture of Stephen Fry for his conversation and wit and Tom Hardy for his looks

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