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Nov. 26, 2018


Gabby Shoremi, Agile Business Analyst
Business analyst | Public sector | Transformation | Digital

What’s your background?
I work as a Business Analyst with interest and background in Accounting and finance. Before I started to work as a Business Analyst, I had worked as an Accountant and still an active associate member of an accounting body, and hopefully, I shall be conferred the fellow of the institute in the coming year.

Describe your role at Difrent
I joined Difrent in May 2018 as one of the Business Analysts working on the transformation of the NHS jobs platform. I enjoy meeting the users in order to understand their pains and gains with the ultimate aim of removing the pains and adding value to the gains. This is what I love doing.

Who are you outside of Difrent?
Outside of Difrent, I enjoy weekend family getaways with my lovely kids and wife. Apart from this family engagement, I spend part of my weekend mentoring individuals aspiring to become Business Analyst. Whenever I am free on the weekend, I use my time serving Her Majesty.​

Who would you invite to dinner, dead or alive?
I will invite Rita and Gabriella to dinner with me alive, and Winston Churchill would be invited dead.

His quote has really motivated me millions of times in my life

“If you're going through hell, keep going.

Success is not final, failure is not fatal: it is the courage to continue that counts.

Never, never, never give up.”


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