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Megan Fitzpatrick

Business Engagement Executive, ICAEW

Megan will be chairing the ICAEW Virtually Live session asking younger members how work should evolve over the next decade.

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Megan Fitzpatrick is part of ICAEW’s Business and Industrial Strategy team. Her role is to ensure that members working in industry are supported by and engaged with their Institute.

Megan is particularly focused on ensuring that ICAEW’s younger business members can influence ICAEW as the leaders of tomorrow.

Prior to joining the Business and Industrial Strategy team, she worked in the London Regional Team. In this role, she supported members working and living in the capital. Before that, Megan was studying at the University of Leeds where she achieved a 2:1 in her degree in English Language and Literature.

She is also currently working towards gaining her Certificate in Finance and Business (CFAB) from ICAEW.


Title The future of work: Looking to the next decade with young members 
Date 19 August
Time  14:45-15:15

Megan will be chairing a session with three younger members from around the world on how the future of work should and could evolve in the next decade.

It has been widely acknowledged that COVID-19 has given both organisations and individuals an opportunity to consider how we can design a better future of work. This session will reflect on how our professional lives have changed over the last few months and discuss what lessons companies should learn from this period and implement in the future.

Megan will be joined by Uqba Jamshaid (Finance Director, PETRONAS Carigali Mexico), Karen Ko (Partner, Strategy & Operations, EY Hong Kong) and Jackie Crane (Accountant, Mitten Clarke). 

Key takeaways:

This is a global conversation between younger members who are fast becoming the leaders of today. We will be discussing:

  • global perspectives on the use of technology at work,
  • the skills we need for the future, and
  • resilience. 
Megan Fitzpatrick – Business Engagement Executive, ICAEW

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