Life at Deloitte

Megan Green, Bermuda

"Working at Deloitte gives me the opportunity to try my hand at a number of disciplines. This has, and continues to shape the professional I am today and who I will become in the future."

Director, Audit

 

What do you like most about your role?
The people we work with.  The profession is full of young dynamic people from all over the world.  I also like how diverse my job is.   The general perception is that accountants are just number crunchers; however that is only one part of my job.  I also get to coach and mentor staff, I am actively involved in the learning side of the business, and I get to work on various internal projects including client proposals and implementation of behavior change and new technologies. 

What attracted you to Deloitte?
My parents - they met at Deloitte!

Describe your day to day role:
Impossible!  It changes all the time.  My day rarely turns out as planned.

What else have your been involved with since joining Deloitte? 
Almost everything!  But the one area I’ve had a lot of experience with is being involved in the firm's learning programs.  This includes facilitating training to both internal staff and clients, developing training sessions, and rolling out Deloitte global training materials.

What is Deloitte’s role in your longer term career goals?
Working at Deloitte gives me the opportunity to try my hand at a number of disciplines.  This has, and continues to shape the professional I am today and who I will become in the future.

What have you enjoyed most?
Moving with Deloitte around the globe - literally.  I started in the Bermuda office then moved to Deloitte in Sydney for 8 and a half years.  I met my husband there and was then able to move back home…with Deloitte!

Name: Megan Green
Position: Director
Department: Audit - Alternative Investments
College Attended:
Bucknell University
Degree Completed: 
BSBA – Majoring in Accounting
Date that you joined the firm:
September 2014 (returning from Deloitte Australia)

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