A West Suffolk College tutor who has trained around 700 young accountants in the past few years has been shortlisted for a prestigious finance award.
Angela Demoore, subject leader in Accounting and Finance, says she is shocked to be chosen as a finalist in the AAT Champion of the Year award run by The Association of Accounting Technicians.
Angela, from Bury St Edmunds, spent 20 years in accounting before using her experience to shape and inspire the next generation of budding accountants.
She said; “I am humbled on a daily basis to learn of students progressing through their careers and seeing some change aspirations through a better understanding of the finance sector”.
The letter from AAT telling Angela of her success says: “The quality of the entries was extremely high and you should be very proud of this achievement.”
The winners of the top finance competition will be announced at a dinner during the AAT Annual Conference on Thursday, June 7, in Windsor.
The Association of Accounting Technicians is a UK qualification and professional body for vocational accountants, with over 140,000 members worldwide.