Vincent graduated from the University of Nottingham in October 2017, with an undergraduate degree in Politics and a Masters in International Relations, before joining Grant Thornton as an Auditor in January 2018.
At Grant Thornton, Vincent is the co-founder of the Ethnicity network, which aims to reduce our ethnicity pay gap and increase representation at the top level. This involved writing the firms response to the Ethnicity Pay Gap Consultation by the government.
Outside of work, Vincent is a director for and the Diversity Champion of The Chartered Accountants Student Society for London, an NFP which looks after the wellbeing of all students under the ICAEW’s umbrella.
Vincent is also an ambassador for One Young World, the world’s pre-eminent forum for future leaders. As a part of this, Vincent is a project lead within the FinBiz 2030 Taskforce, aiming to unite the finance and business community to achieve the Sustainable Development Goal’s as prescribed by the United Nations by 2030.
Vincent is also the co-founder of The Open Private School, a non-for profit, which aims to match mentors at the top of professional services with young adults from low socio-economic groups.