After completing a placement year in 2012, Jack’s experience volunteering as a Games Maker at the London Olympics inspired him to seek a career related to his passion for sport. Upon achieving First Class Honours in his BSc degree in Maths, Accounting and Financial Management, Jack completed a fifth year of study at Loughborough University by completing a Masters in Sports Management. Whilst at university, Jack spent a year working in the Fraud Insolvency Division of Grant Thornton UK.
Loughborough fed Jack’s appetite for sport, particularly racket sports, and he captained the University’s Squash 2nd team in his final year. He is also a keen player of Racketlon (a sporting hybrid involving playing Table Tennis, Badminton, Squash and Tennis) and was lucky enough to compete in the World Championships in Surrey last year.
After ten weeks travelling around New Zealand and Australia, which included 6 days at the Australian Open, Jack joined the Two Circles team. With his sister and both parents working as Maths teachers, Jack is trying to break the mould and use his numerical blood for other uses!