Nadine has been an integral part of implementing various financial tools at Morton & Partner, since 2001.
“Teamwork is about motivating and inspiring one another to be the best that we can be, and the wisdom and knowledge we leave behind must benefit the organisation and the people who dedicate their time and resources to it”
In 1989, Nadine completed her articles and degree after working, as an audit clerk at Ernst and Young, in Durban. She relocated to Cape Town to start her career as a Senior Manager, at an auditing firm, in the Southern suburbs. In 1992, she left the auditing practice, to put to work the skills she had learnt.
Nadine took up a Financial Manager role at a local clothing manufacturer where she worked for 9 years, before joining the Morton & Partners team in 2001.
Nadine has been an integral part of implementing various financial tools (Accpac, VIP, DBit and Business Online banking systems to name a few) at Morton & Partners, in order to keep the business running like clockwork. She was also responsible for creating and conceptualising the Intellectual Property used throughout the full system development life cycle of CRM for Healthcare, including the documentation, planning, testing, deployment, continued maintenance and ongoing project management.
She believes that a high-performance organisation should strive to employ people with common goals and all members of the organisation need to be grounded on a foundation of mutual values. As a manager, she is committed to empowering people in the pursuit of personal excellence and endorsing teamwork. “Team work is about motivating and inspiring one another to be the best that we can be, and the wisdom and knowledge we leave behind must benefit the organisation and the people who dedicate their time and resources to it,” she said. Nadine savours time spent outdoors - especially gardening, game-viewing and camping with friends and family. She thoroughly enjoys entertaining at home and building meaningful value-adding relationships. Whenever she finds a gap, she loves finding a quiet corner to read in.