Georgia Lewis

Georgia Lewis

Georgia Lewis

Executive Assistant

Take us through a typical day at Bailey for you…

My main priority every day is making sure that the partners are looked after and where they need to be! Every morning is started by checking and attending to my emails, as well as checking the partners’ diaries and my own.
After that, each day is different, ranging from company admin, issuing new procedures and handbooks, to organising catering for clients and staff. I deal with marketing and staff problems too – as you can tell, my job is extremely varied, you name it I probably do it!

What’s your favourite thing about working for Bailey?

No day is the same. Also little perks like driving the company cars always cheers me up!

 What’s the most challenging aspect of your job and how do you overcome it?

A lot of people want you to do a lot of things all at once, it’s important to learn how to prioritise your work.

What advice would you give to someone who would like to work as a Executive Assistant?

Most importantly be organised, prioritise your workload and be prepared for how varied your job is.

What three words would you use to describe the company?


Do you have any nickname? What is it?

Tupps – a shortened version of my middle name (which I’m not going to repeat here!).

If you had to eat one meal, every day for the rest of your life, what would it be?

It would have to be Nandos!

If you were stuck on an island what three things would you bring?

1. My phone, I can’t be without it. Even if I didn’t have signal at least I could get some cracking photos for Instagram – if I ever made it home!
2. My little cousins – it’s impossible to be anything but happy when they are around.
3. A boat, but not one that you have to row…past experience has shown that rowing is not my forte.

What do you like to do in your spare time?

I spend most of my time seeing friends and family, both of which tend to involve alcohol!

What is on your bucket list?

I would love to eventually get my Masters and a PHD, and maybe get a paper published.
Other than that, the usual things like skydiving and travelling (not backpacking, I don’t suit backpacking!).

If you were given a choice, where in the world would you like to go? 

I’d love to travel America and also go back to Dublin (mainly for the cocktails and Irish accents).