BA Social Work
MSc Coaching and Mentoring accredited with the European Mentoring and Coaching Council (EMCC)
Work outside of coaching
Board member, ambassador and trustee across many organisations and charities
The first Black Woman to be made Honorary Air Commodore for the RAF and High Sheriff of Nottinghamshire
My parents moved to the UK from Kenya when I was eight years old and settled in East London. The English language and culture was completely new for me but it meant that to understand and navigate I became an observer and listener early in life, skills which enable me now to assess the individual needs of my clients.
I spent over 25 years working in the public sector with the UN, many non-governmental organisations and the judiciary supporting vulnerable people and their families in the UK and across Africa. Coaching was a natural progression from this point for me. I bring that experience, along with a solution-focused, person-centred coaching style to support my work with senior leaders and rising stars today. I also work as a consultant with organisations on all aspects of DE&I, helping them to develop, or to build on, policies, practices and programmes that address injustice, champion the rights of all people.
I see my biggest achievement as being able to recognise and champion the importance of diversity in multiple social and economic contexts. I work sensitively and flexibly with individuals from various backgrounds and with different needs to support and nurture individual talents.