James' work at Sellafield helps him make a positive difference to the UK.
Peter’s career with Kimberly-Clark has opened up lots of exciting opportunities, and he is keen to give something back to the business before his retirement.
After working for a number of blue-chip companies in the UK, Rob is delighted to take over the reins at Kimberly-Clark in Barrow.
Sue has made a career of training apprentices at Kimberly-Clark while maintaining a great work/life balance in Cumbria.
After retiring from Kimberly-Clark after almost 40 years, Bob looks back at his proudest achievements.
After working in cities across the UK, Patricia is proud to be returning home to Cumbria to use her experience to support the growth and development of the University of Cumbria.
Mark has found excellent career progression and a vital role in the local community in Cumbria.
Catherine is passionate about caring for her patients at Furness General Hospital after relocating from the north of the county.
After leaving London behind, Usha has found a more exciting lifestyle and career in Cumbria.
Natalie returned to the UK after spending 12 years in Perth, Australia and has found her perfect career in the heart of a rural community in Cumbria.
Andy was Kimberly-Clark’s first apprentice in Barrow and continues to progress in his career at the facility.
Charlotte moved to Cumbria in 2012 after realising the region was where she wanted to be. Four years later, Charlotte is enjoying a fun and varied career in the county.
For occupational therapist Jennifer Pearson, the communities she works in are as varied and colourful as the landscape she likes to explore on her days off.
Stewart Doyle was living and working in the north of Scotland when he decided to make the move to south Cumbria. He says the area takes some beating even after moving here from one of the most spectacular parts of the country.
Dr Clare Jefferson, 41, clinical psychologist with Cumbria Partnership NHS Foundation Trust in Barrow