5 minutes with...

Lucja Majewski, Regional Development Manager at First TransPennine Express

Posted by Liverpool and Sefton Chambers of Commerce

Fri 29th, Mar

What changes would you like to see to improve or develop your sector?

I would like to see more young people being attracted to work in the rail industry.  It’s a great career choice with a variety of roles available to men and women. 

What does a typical working day look like?

There is no such thing as a typical day – one day I could be in parliament, the next meeting local rail user groups.  That’s what I love about the job – it’s so varied.

What advice would you give your teenage self?

Believe more in yourself and stop worrying what other people think about you.

Where would we find you on your day off?

I usually start off at the gym and end up in the pub!  I enjoy socialising with my friends and family and if there is a game of rugby league on in the pub, so much the better!

What is the best advice you have been given in your career?

Be kind to everyone and treat everybody the same no matter who they are.

Who or what inspires you?

Seeing how much the landscape is changing and how quickly – anything is possible now no matter where you come from. 

Why choose Liverpool City Region?

I moved to St Helens to be with my future husband.  It’s a great location ideally placed between Liverpool and Manchester with a fabulous rugby league team!

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