Meet The Team | Michelle Gill

After only joining us this year, Michelle is already a highly-valued member of our team. Find out more about her below…

How long have you worked here?

I started on 31st July, so it’s been almost 3 months now. Time flies when you’re having fun!

What is your job title and what does your role entail?

I actually have two roles – I work two days on our reception and the other three days as PA to our Practice Manager.

Are you currently studying for any qualifications?

No, I’m not. I honestly don’t think I’d have time at the moment!

Do you already hold any qualifications? 

No, not at present.

What did you do before joining the Ring Associates team?

I worked at King Edward VII Academy in King’s Lynn as a Data Assistant and Receptionist.

What do you enjoy outside of Ring Associates?

I absolutely love spending time with my family and friends. There is always something going on!

Where do you see your future at Ring Associates?

I can’t wait to learn more about the company and my new roles so I can feel proud of doing my job as well as expected. I want to be a real asset to the business.

Is there anything you love about working for Ring Associates?

I love the people I work with, they have all been so supportive and always there when I need them. There is a fantastic ‘family feel’ and real teamwork at Ring.

Tell us a fun fact about yourself!

I had the opportunity of becoming Lady Mayoress when my father was elected Lord Mayor from 1998-1999. As you can imagine, it was a brilliant and overall very interesting experience!

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