Rachel Awbery

Rachel Awbery
Rachel is Chief of Staff for ServiceNow in the UKI, she joined the company 2 years ago, before which her career had been in Finance across a number of different financial disciplines and organisations. Supporting and promoting Women in the workplace has been a continuous theme throughout her career and she now represents EMEA in the Women at ServiceNow belonging group as well as coaching and mentoring other women inside and outside of ServiceNow.

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