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18 February 2016
Judy Gathigia joined ikeGPS two years ago as our financial assistant accountant, and we sure are lucky to have such a dedicated and friendly worker on our team. Let’s take a moment to get to know Judy.
I provide accurate accounting and processing support and am responsible for maintaining records of invoices, payments and transactions. I manage both our creditors and debtors as well as handle in-house accounting issues. Also, I run payroll and perform general ledger reconciliations.
I always want to ensure that the clients I work with, both internally and externally, get the best customer service I can provide. I am also very results driven. Doing a good job and achieving the desired end result is a big motivator for me.
I worked in a similar role for a construction company in Christchurch that helped with the earthquake rebuild.
When I looked into working at ikeGPS, it was an opportunity I couldn’t pass. It was and is a growing company, both in human resources and market dominance, and it was what I have always sought – a challenge and opportunity to practice and hone my skills.
The people are great. We have a global team that is very knowledgeable in their fields and are always willing to help and share their knowledge.
A neurosurgeon but that proved difficult when I realized I couldn’t stand the sight of blood. I have always been good with numbers and enjoyed accounting, so it was the next best thing.
I love traveling and immersing myself in different cultures. I also enjoy reading and spending time on the many beautiful beaches around Wellington, New Zealand, especially in the summer.
Pilau, a Kenyan spicy fried rice dish, with kachumbari, a tomato salsa made the Kenyan way.
Driving across Europe would be a dream come true.
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