Over the last two decades Kate has worked across many industries for some of the biggest companies in the world, both in the public and private sectors.
For the past 15 years she has been coaching at the London Business School, and more recently at the Said Business School, working on both schools' senior executive programs. She regularly advises start-up technology companies who are preparing to pitch for investment.
Kate has also been part of a team that for the past 7 years has been training staff in the Royal Household.
Kate worked as an actor of stage and screen for some years. During this time she became passionate about applying the skills she'd learnt in performance to improve and expand the communication skills of those in everyday life and in business.
Most recently her desire to understand the behaviours of her clients led to her fascination with neuroscience. In 2018, Kate took an Institute of Leadership and Management Certificate Level 5 qualification in the subject, bringing an understanding of behavioural psychology to her coaching.
She is also qualified to run the Happiness Course, which promotes our wellbeing and happiness. It is based on the scientific research of positive psychologists, such as Martin Seligman and Sonja Lyubomirsky.
In 2019 she trained and was certified to use the Hogan psychometric tools. She uses these in conjunction with her coaching to diagnose the strengths and challenges of her clients.
Kate studied languages - Spanish and Portuguese - at Bristol University. She also speaks fluent Italian, having married an Italian. Her French is good, after a glass of wine. She loves long walks on Hampstead Heath with Elsa, her wolf dog, cooking, and fine wine.