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Welcome to our newest team member

Welcome to our newest team member

Posted on 17th December 2015

We’re delighted to welcome Angie Martin to our accounts team at Cameron Optometry. Responsible for monitoring and recording all of the business’s financial transactions, our new bookkeeper is a vital part of our expanding team.

Before joining Cameron Optometry Angie held a similar post in another family-run business and prior to that she managed the office administration and also taught classes for Jo Jingles, a company providing children’s music class in Edinburgh. Angie attended Heriot Watt University where she gained a degree in Accountancy and Finance.

Angie commented, “I’m really enjoying working in such an organised office with a lovely and welcoming group of colleagues. I’m proud to work for such a well-established practice and one which has such a strong reputation.”

Married, mum of three grown-up children, Angie is an enthusiastic gardener, although doesn’t claim to have perfected her skills and has had a few disasters along the way! She is also very involved in her local church, teaching Sunday School and singing in the church choir.

Managing director, Ian Cameron concluded, “Angie is a very welcome addition to the administration team here. Her role is especially important as we grow as a practice, continually offering new services and treatments to our growing patient base.”


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