Meet the team.
Hi my name is Sally and I am a Head of Accountancy at the Hull office of Northern Accountants.
My main role is to work in partnership with the clients we have in Hull and the East Yorkshire region, helping them make the successful switch to digital accounts as well as providing traditional accountancy services.
Before joining NA, I gained almost a decade’s experience as a financial accountant in the food manufacturing sector. I’m married to Kent and we have a daughter and son, Charlotte (4) and Elliot (18 months) – and Buzz the cocker spaniel, who is 8.
Please call 01482 459363 to get in touch.
What specialist skills do you offer your clients?
Excellent customer service and accounting expertise.
When did you start at NA?
What were you doing before you joined?
I worked as a financial accountant for a food manufacturing company, where I was employed for 8 years.
What’s the best thing about working at NA?
I went out of my comfort zone to join NA in the first place, but I’ve been impressed by the culture and the people.
What reasons would you give other people for joining?
Good team support, a true work family.
What drives you to achieve great results for NA clients?
I like to be successful and good at what I do. Happy clients = a happy Sally!
What is your ultimate career ambition?
To make NA Hull a success.
What’s playing in your car right now?
A star is born soundtrack.
If you could go back in time, what piece of advice would you most like to tell your younger self?
Don’t worry about what anyone else thinks.
What are your pet hates?
Socket switches being switched on without anything in the socket and people not doing what they say they’re going to do!
Who is your role model?
How would you describe yourself in 5 words?
Loyal, reliable, generous, positive and happy.
Name your favourite musical artist, food, film, book and TV show?
The Courteeners, anything loaded with garlic, like Pizza (although I do like a Cadbury’s Cream Egg too), A star is born and PS I love you.
What are your most overused words or phrases?
To be fair, it’s fine or it’s all good.
How long could you live without your smartphone?
About 3 minutes!
If you could only take 3 things to a desert island, what would they be and why?
My pillow so I could have a good night’s sleep, a knife I could use for food and my slippers, they’re my like my comfort blanket because I’ve always got cold feet, probably even on a desert island!