She is a pilgrim, consultant, trainer, facilitator, speaker and life coach. She seeks to enhance people’s communication, intercultural sensitivities and competences in personal life and in the world of work. She concentrates on this work in the belief that if we learn to live together; in our homes, neighbourhoods, places of work and beyond- within our countries and in the world itself, the planet will be a better place for all. She has extensive experience in training, consulting and coaching in many countries across Europe, Latin America, South East Asia and the USA. Her style of training and coaching is based in theoretical models and research but delivered in a way that the participants are fully engaged with their experience and their emotions. She uses a balance between theory and practice: a balance between experiential learning and reflective practice. She has a BSc in Sociology, an MA in Conservation and Development and Post Graduate Diplomas in Gender Studies and Drama Facilitation. She is also qualified NLP trainer and coach. She has designed and delivered facilitation using Theory U, the Art of Hosting an approach to leadership that scales up from the personal to the systemic and Atinchik methodology (Atinchik means in quechua: “Together we can”).