Marketing and Communications Senior Manager Elizabeth Camilleri is celebrating 20 years of employment at professional services organisation PwC Malta.
Ms Camilleri took to social media to mark the milestone.
“We tend to celebrate big moves or changes but investing in where you are, what you have, and showing resilience in your professional evolutions merits the same acknowledgement,” she wrote.
“These 20 years have exceeded the expectations I had as a new joiner. I have been exposed to a variety of opportunities, clients, projects, and teams. A challenging but rewarding journey where no day has been identical to another,” she continued.
Ms Camilleri joined the Qormi-based company in 2002, shortly after leaving the University of Malta with a B.A. in Accountancy.
“I feel grateful and thank all those who have been a part of and contributed to my professional evolution to date,” she concluded.
PwC Malta employs over 660 workers from 28 different countries and is a part of the international PwC network of firms.
Said network spans 156 countries and consists of over 295,000 employees, making PwC one of the biggest professional services networks in the world.
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