Thank you for finding your way to my little corner of the web - welcome, i’m so glad you’re here. I’m a London born sociologist, coach and advisor on organisational culture, group dynamics and leadership. I also practise and teach compassion based meditation. Mostly I’m just a relentlessly curious nerd, fascinated by the way we think, speak and behave.
I’m obsessed with the link between self and society. As the the daughter of a politician and a psychotherapist, perhaps that was inevitable (what do you get, when you cross a politician with a psychotherapist..?).
I passionately believe that we need to transition our global systems and ways of being into ones that support all of life. I live by Dr Martin Luther King’s words “no one is free until we are all free” and in these crucial times know that this sentiment applies as much to planet as it does to people. My belief is that for this to happen we need both personal transformation and systems change, spiritual and political solutions, individual and collective movements. And I believe that our fractured times call on all of us to reach deeper, to have braver and more compassionate conversations, to be more thoughtful, more courageous, more understanding and above all more loving.
This site is an explosion of my soul and an exploration of my mind - a collection of the conversations, meditations and reflections that keep me moving closer to some version of the truth. I hope you find something here that helps you move closer to your truth, or at the very least gives you pause to think, breathe or smile.
For my professional homepage, redirect yourself here. In summary, my academic background is in sociology and cultural anthropology and my work experience reaches across scaling startups, leadership development, organisational culture and inclusion & diversity.
If you want to work with me, ask me a question or just talk to me, i’d love to hear from you!