TotallyMoney appoints Liz Afolabi as People Director
By Joy Dumasia
TotallyMoney is based in London’s Old Street tech hub; they build a product that helps its customers improve their finances. Liz Afolabi joins TotallyMoney’s management team from Unleashed, where she spent two and a half years building productive, engaged and high-performing teams for the several UK and international businesses.
The FinTech continues to scale as it approaches four million customers and focuses on attracting the very best people to develop its award-winning app further. Many companies have benefitted from Liz’s experience, knowledge and skills, including Suvera, SimplyCook, Columbia Lake Partners, Healthily and Decoded. Additionally, Liz has coached leaders and founders on how to develop, mentor & motivate high-performing teams effectively.
Liz is an ICF certified Leadership & Personal Coach, has a qualification as a Mental Health First Aider, and is currently studying towards a postgraduate degree in Coaching. Liz’s key responsibilities will include TotallyMoney’s People strategy and all aspects of the employee experience, helping the business be the best workplace.
People Director at TotallyMoney, Liz Afolabi, said: “I’m delighted and excited to be joining TotallyMoney and to be working with such a wonderful and award-winning team. TotallyMoney’s mission to help people move their money forwards so they can achieve their financial goals really resonates, and I’m looking forward to enabling the team so they can support even more customers as the business embarks on this exciting phase of growth.”
TotallyMoney CEO Alastair Douglas said: “I’m delighted that Liz is joining TotallyMoney as People Director as we supercharge our hiring and growth plans for the rest of 2021 and into 2022. It comes at a very exciting time, following our recent 3 Star accreditation from Best Companies. I fully believe that building a great product for our customers starts with having a world-class working culture and employee engagement. I believe Liz is the person to achieve even better things for us going forward.”