About the Author
Katherine is a well-established health and consumer affairs writer with extensive experience in finance and business-related topics.
She has been an integral member of the MovingBabies team since 2019.
After graduating with an honours degree in business, Katherine was selected for the international management fast-track program at Maersk, the world’s largest shipping company. She worked through various departments, including finance, marketing, and sales, and headed up the roll-out of SAP for the company in Tanzania.
Graduating in the top 10% worldwide, the training programme helped establish her passion for finance, which she has continued to build on through various roles in the past few years.
In addition, her focus on physical and mental health topics offers insights to people looking to maximise their health and happiness.
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