Ahead of our second Ask Anything Q&A, managing your personal finances, we caught up with panellist Hope Chirengwa to find out about his experience.
Tell us about your expertise
I am a qualified Chartered Accountant, working in the financial services industry with specialisation in financial reporting, management and analysis.
How long have you been a JCI member?
What’s the best thing about being a JCI member?
I am a big fan of the JCI’s global reach. This allows you to deal with people of different culture, beliefs, and background. A key skill as a leader in modern day world. Also, the ability to have colleagues in different parts of the world has also proven particularly useful when you service clients with interest in those areas.
Tell us about a JCI highlight
At one World Congress I got to meet the Prime Minister of the Netherlands Mark Rutte and the former UN Secretary General Koffi Anan (the Late)! I was star struck!
How has JCI helped you in your career?
To me the level and variety of exposure has been a key issue to me. By getting involved in the leadership roles, specific projects & tasks, travel and networking – all of it has brought in a different dimension to my business acumen and confidence.
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This post was written by Zoe Toseland