Today we would like to introduce you to a relatively new No Letting Go’er, Ann Hepper. Ann handles our Accounts, concentrating on National Account Credit Control. However, our franchisees may well be getting to know her a little better as she also offers assistance to franchisees looking to collect from their own clients. Once we have taken a Purchase Ledger on board, Ann will have a little more time to concentrate on this task.
In her spare time, much of Ann’s personal life revolves around Rugby. Her daughter plays at an elite level; recently selected for the South East England academy, the next progression is to the England. This means Ann is responsible for chaperoning her daughter around the country, finding sponsors and fund raising for the team. All in a day’s work!
Enough Rugby for anyone, right? Wrong! Ann is also heavily involved with the social committee for Medway Rugby Club, whether that means organising comedy, casino or music events.
With whatever additional time Ann is left with, Ann can be found at her allotment, growing vegetables to feed that hungry back row!
Ann was also the guest at Claire and Ben’s Comic Relief Wedding, having met and worked with Claire with a previous employer before becoming very close friends.
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