Sophie Arnold is one of the founding directors of Sandersons UK and has been with the company since its inception in 1992. She started her career riding horses professionally and was sponsored to event for 3 seasons. She then moved to Canterbury to do a BA Hons in Social Policy before moving into a career in property.
Further qualifications include a Diploma in Management; Prince2 and a Microsoft Systems Administrator. She has been proactive in ensuring that the company employs leading edge technology and the staff are trained to be advanced in their skill set. This focus on using the latest tools available has put Sandersons in an enviable position in terms of quality of delivery.
Pippa joined Sandersons in 2009 as New Lets Manager after graduating from Nottingham Trent University with an upper 2.1 (Hons) degree in Business Studies with Operations Management. Pippa went on to oversee the Property Management Team and in 2015, progressed into a more strategic role developing our systems, marketing and in house processes to ensure we are operating as effectively as we possibly can. This includes focusing on our brand image, marketing, staff training, internal software and technology to enable us to continue to deliver the best possible service to our clients.
Pippa's main passion is riding where she regularly competes against both national and international riders with her own horse who she trained herself from a 2 year old. Pippa loves sports, snowboarding, being active and is more often than not found out and about socialising with friends & family. She enjoys a walk with the dogs and knows that at the end of every walk, there is usually a good local pub. She has also learned the skill of traditional upholstery from her mother and enjoys working on furniture restoration projects for friends and in her own home. Pippa married David, her partner of 10 years in September 2017 and they love living in the countryside near Frittenden. What advice would you give your younger self? Be more confident in yourself and remember that the problem with common sense is that it's not that common. The hangovers also get worse as you get older.