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Welcome back to Mill Hill, Mia!

Earlier this month, we were delighted to welcome back OM Maria Ream (née Lazarova. Burton Bank, 2001) for a tour of the school.

Maria (Mia) joined Mill Hill in 1999 at a time of significant change for the school, which had only become co-educational in 1997. She has fond memories of her time growing up at Burton Bank, and was particularly excited to return to the house building.

After leaving Mill Hill, Mia read Economics and Finance at Bristol University, before completing her Masters degree at University College London. She then moved to California and has since had great career success in intellectual property valuation, strategic advisory, licensing, and transactions. Her current role is as the Vice President of Houlihan Lokey's Tech+IP Advisory practice.

Mia and her husband recently took a 15 month break between jobs to travel the world, visiting more than 20 countries! Find out more about their adventures on Maria's Instagram page (@reamdream). 

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