Aga joined Dignus in June 2020 as a Finance Manager, leading the finance team and function for the entire Dignus Group.
Aga and her team are responsible for all day-to-day finance functions along with monthly and annual financial reporting. Aga enjoys identifying opportunities to improve efficiencies and automate processes wherever possible, adding great value to the business.
Aga has over 10 years’ experience of working in finance. Prior to joining Dignus Group, she worked in the manufacturing sector undertaking various roles. During this time Aga discovered her passion for accounting and finance, and, to develop her career, attained her professional CIMA qualification.
Natalie joined Dignus Group in 2022 to provide leadership to our growing HR team.
Natalie has a wealth of experience in HR having previously worked in leadership positions within the pharmaceutical industry, managing HR for 46 pharmacies, 3 nursing homes, an optician, and a dental surgery.
Starting her career as a Nursery Manager, Natalie moved into the pharmaceutical sector before taking on a HR leadership role and progressing to management level.
Natalie is currently studying for her Level 7 CIPD qualification. She also has an interest in health and safety and is IOSH qualified.
Learning and Development Manager
Sue joined Dignus Group in December 2022 in the role of Learning and Development Manager. She is truly passionate about learning and encouraging people to achieve their potential.
Sue manages the Learning and Development team, holding responsibility for all aspects of the learning and development cycle, from identifying learning needs, managing training events and supporting employees’ individual learning and qualifications.
Sue’s experience in the healthcare sector spans over 40 years. She began her career as a Nurse, then went on to work for a local authority where she managed a mental health service and a residential home, before moving into learning and development.
Having qualified as a social worker, Sue has worked with several universities in the social work degree programme, as well as managing an assessment centre delivering both adult and children’s qualifications.