Juliette recently graduated from Griffith University with a Bachelor of Commerce with majors in both Economics and Finance.
Client Services Officer.
Outside of Work
Outside work, she enjoys spending as much time as possible in nature with her partner Will and dog George.
What’s your favourite thing about being part of the MWS team?
What I cherish most about being part of the MWS team is the warm and collaborative work environment. Together, we navigate challenges, celebrate successes, and continuously help one another. Being part of such a cohesive, young and forward-thinking team boosts my enthusiasm for contributing to our shared goals.
What do you wish people knew about financial planning?
Financial planning, from my standpoint, is more than just budgeting and investing—it’s a holistic approach to shaping a secure and fulfilling future. I wish people understood that it’s not solely about securing your retirement but, importantly, about aligning your financial decisions with your goals at any stage of your life.
What's your favourite book, movie and food?
Book: Memoirs of a Geisha
Movie: Spirited Away
Food: Blueberry Pancake
If you could give one piece of advice to yourself from 10 years ago, what would it be?
I would encourage myself to step out of my comfort zone more often, as growth often comes from facing challenges and exploring new opportunities. I would stress the value of resilience and the understanding that setbacks are not failures but rather stepping stones toward future success. Ultimately, the advice would be to trust the process, stay adaptable, and welcome change.
What's your weirdest office habit?
I moved to Australia at 18 years old from my home country, Germany, and as a typical German, I like to be prepared but probably over-analyze my potential use of things. That’s why the majority of my desk is always taken up by staplers, sticky note pads, tissues, my water bottle, snacks and much more. Luckily none of my desk neighbours have complained so far.
What's the one thing about you that people would be surprised to learn?
Even though I was born and raised in Germany, I don’t enjoy beer of any kind.
If you could have dinner with anyone past or present, who would it be and why?
Denzel Washington because he carries himself with a certain calmness and humbleness that is very admirable and I believe he’d have some valuable insights about life and personal growth.