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Welcome to a new Partner

Date: 31 March 2021

Bernadette started with Roberts & Morrow in 2003 in an Administrative Support role. It didn’t take long for those around her to see she had a talent for accounting and with a bit of encouragement, Bernadette commenced a Bachelor of Financial Administration.

Once she graduated, it didn’t take Bernadette long to quickly move up in her team, becoming a Senior Accountant, followed by Manager, Associate and now Partner!

Fellow Partner Alistair Galbraith recently shared this about Bernie:
“Bernie has always gone about her journey in a very considered manner. She has never made any demands of the business, just gone about her work and studies to get herself into a position to move up the ranks (the quiet achiever). Great work Bernie, you will be a great partner.”

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