Millie Vacher

How would you describe yourself?

An empath to the point of it sometimes becoming a fault. Always up for an adventure in the middle of nowhere followed by a warm and cosy pub lunch.

What interests you about your role at Eliot Partnership?

The range of variety in each day’s tasks and doings. No day is the same and it certainly doesn’t get repetitive. I’m learning a lot which is important to me; even more important is the sense of everyone contributing to the same common goal – a seamless flow of everyone chipping in where they can.

What would you like to explore/learn?

I’m very eager to, over the course of my life, try/take courses in/attend workshops in as many artisan crafts as I can think of, many of which I probably don’t know exist yet. I spent many of my school and university years making ceramics, however I have yet to try throwing clay! I’ve done a glass-blowing workshop, life drawing classes, book binding, canvas stretching. There’s so much out there. Seamstress skills/crocheting/knitting is next on my agenda!

What gives you meaning at work?

Feeling as though I’m adding value and contributing towards tangible outcomes, being able to look back and think I did that! Also seeing myself improve, reflecting on things I didn’t know a month ago, that are now a no-brainer and how my knowledge, skills and processes become increasingly efficient and effective.

Having graduated from the University of Bristol in 2022 with a BSc in Psychology, she went straight into an internship with the Eliot Partnership North American team, upon returning to the UK she joined the London team.

She has always been keen to be involved in insurance, having close familial ties to the industry.

In her spare time, Millie enjoys art, long countryside walks with her trusty dogs, pole fitness, and squash.



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