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As Damian said, "I grew up in a location that allowed me to travel to many locations within the UK, Europe and other parts of the world, I gained many experiences and met many great people, and that opened my eyes."
Before KPMG, Damian spent 13 years as an Aircraft Mechanical/Structural Airframe/Engine Engineer with 7 years with the British Ministry of Defence and the remaining 6 years in Australia with Civilian domestic airlines, helicopter companies and the RAAF.
But in the end, while it would have been easier to keep doing what he was doing, Damian wanted change. "In 2010 I joined Curtin University and studied Commerce full time while I continued working in the aviation industry full time in order to fulfil my desire to move in to the corporate side of business."
It was a big effort, but one that ultimately led Damian to move on from the role he'd already established.
"I wanted to re-educate myself to move into a position where I could help companies manage risk and improve their processes."
It’s been a significant shift from aviation engineer to professional services consultant, but in the end, for Damian it's been a change worth doing.
And for KPMG, supporting Damian in his desire to change is constantly being rewarded through his project management and team leadership skills. But just as importantly, through the value he brings to his clients.
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