Since graduating in 2015, Rebecca Pick has wasted no time in establishing her company, Pick Protection, as a major force. Find out how her journey is progressing and how she ended up at Downing Street.
Claire spent her 4th year at a Business School in Nice and returned fluent in French! She joined PwC in Glasgow as a graduate into Global Risk Management Solutions and her career has taken her all over the world ever since.
After graduating Mark went onto have a varied career in engineering. Mark has set up three contract development and manufacturing companies, all of which have had a focus on different technology platform to serve biotech clients.
After losing his sight at 18, Amar was eager to travel. He created Traveleyes, a tour operator that specialises in taking blind travellers around the world. Amar has gone on to present and direct documentaries about the realities of travelling as a blind person.
Following his graduation from Strathclyde in 1979, Alan has had opportunities to work in South Africa and Texas. He currently serves on several public companies' boards, a private company board and is a Director on the board of the University of Strathclyde USA Foundation.
After graduating with a First Class Honours Degree in Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Gary had a varied career and is now a Chartered Engineer, a Fellow of the Institute of Engineering and Technology and a Fellow of the Royal Aeronautical Society.
Claire started her career in radio and broadcast regulation, however, decided to change roles and completed a Masters Degree in Applied Economics. Claire is now the Chief Executive at Scottish Renewables.
After graduating from Strathclyde with a BA in Sport in the Community, Kirsty had a variety of roles before working with Scottish Sports Futures. Kirsty has now worked there for nine years and is the CEO.
Gordon graduated with an Honors degree in Pharmacy and has gone onto work in the health and beauty industry. His work has given him the opportunity to work internationally, working in the Netherlands, Japan, New York and Hong Kong.
Graeme graduated from Strathclyde with a Masters in Manufacturing Sciences and Engineering in 1994. Following a varied career in Engineering, Graeme is now the Chief Business Development Officer at Precima.
After graduating with a MEng in Manufacturing Sciences & Engineering and working in the family bakery, Mark recognised the importance of technology and returned to Strathclyde to study Business Information Technology Systems. Mark has since had a varied career at JPMorgan.
After graduating from Strathclyde Business School and completing Clydesdale Bank's graduate scheme, Lindsay went onto have a successful career at Scottish Power. Lindsay is now CEO of ScottishPower Renewables.
MBA graduate John Young has had an inspiring 34-year career with Pfizer Inc. He currently serves as Special Advisor to the CEO and was presented with a Strathclyde Executive Leadership Award (STELAR) in 2022.
Emma is CEO of the Trussell Trust, which supports a nationwide network of food banks to provide emergency food and support to people locked in poverty. The Trussell Trust's vision is a UK without the need for food banks.