Maud Chifamba has parted ways with Deloitte after spending 40 months with the company.
Chifamba revealed her contract ended last week and she is also thanked Deloitte for the opportunity to start a career at such a great firm and enabling environment.
Chifamba became popular in 2012 when she became the youngest student at university level in Africa.
Maud Chifamba on Facebook:
This is goodbye to Deloitte
Discharged from articles. & Deloitte too.
I came in. Was trained. Learnt. Grew.
Now its time to go conquer the world – https://youtu.be/Hsbhbi5bwJA
Last week was the end of what has been the fastest 40 months of my life (life at Deloitte Zimbabwe). I am eternally grateful to the partnership for the opportunity to start my career at such a great firm and enabling environment, and being able to tailor make this experience to make it truly mine. I have met and made so many good friends here, learnt and grown. I joined Deloitte as a student, and I leave it as a professional – a young woman ready for the world.
Now that I have been discharged from articles, it is time to go and continue to make an impact that matters – from outside the Green dot.
While I am sad to leave Deloitte – a place that has been home for so long – I am excited to see what else is in the world for me to discover. Forever grateful for all that the Green dot has given me.
For all those who have always asked if the Big Four experience is worth the hype – check the video.
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