I’m happy to. Thank you very much for having me. So when I joined KPMG, all those years ago, it was literally days before Lehman Brothers collapsed. And I think that was quite important for my career, because everything off the back of it has been dramatic change that nothing has been stable, or the same as we came through one of the biggest financial crisis the world has seen. So I came out of university and like many peers was very unsure about what to do. So I thought, I’ll just join the world of audit, as it’s a safe place to start, and didn’t realise I’ll stay for 12 years in that sort of risk assurance space. At the time before Lehman’s crash, I desperately wanted to go into the cool world of banking, but ended up in insurance sector and actually was one of the best gifts that was given to me because it really opened up the world of how to think differently around risk, and how to think about providing assurance and safety nets for the world off the back of it. So I really thought that the industry have much more purpose than simply over the banking industry, maybe alluded to at the time. And so that that, for me was a great start to a career. The rest of the story really based around taking a wholeheartedly committed approach to saying yes to any opportunity that came about and probably said, yes to too many things at each time. But I was really fortunate to start my career in a company that was so varied, or do everything from learning the trade of external audit through to debt listings and large tenders, lots of international exposure, and also working with a young cohort of people. I think all of that came off the back of living in a world of change and lots of different things going on that needed assurance to bind them and responding to risk environment. KPMG also not only provided me a fabulous career, but lifelong friends, a husband, who gave me the option to go overseas is here, South Africa, Australia. That’s how I end up living in Australia for a couple of years, which is where my biggest leap in my career was undertaken. When I moved to Australia, I was given the opportunity to be a leader of the insurance audit function. And that’s really where I have my first opportunity to really connect people change management strategy as well as to the risk topic and how you can bring those sort of chained ideas of leadership together to really drive great outcomes not only from a business perspective But also from a risk outcome perspective. I also got to work with an amazing partner called Dr Andries Terblanche during that time, who really opened my eyes up to the world of data and tech led thinking out of the box thinking academia, and that really want to take on the role of the COO for dynamic risk assessment, I really started to build some of the future leadership skills and change skills that I do today, in my current role, because we really started with a blank piece of paper and said, if you wanted to do the world risk management differently, what would you do and what would you really change and that was sort of a problem that we wanted to solve, as we built out the dynamic risk assessment product. And really, the last three years I had I at KPMG was a total whirlwind of building a piece of technology and building a business that started off in Australia in one country, at the point that I moved on from KPMG, we were in 23 countries, and really helping companies think differently about the world of risk and how it can play out. I think, for me, leaving KPMG on a high, we actually put a paper up to the World Economic Forum in Davos back in 2020, now. 2020 is a bit of a blur I’m sure for everybody. And that really, to me was a really great way to move on from our company and move on to where I joined Zurich, at the beginning of March in 2020. So a really varied career, just saying yes to exciting things that sort of came about, and really finding my passion in all of them, which is around change and growth and transformation, and particularly in the risk space.