My engineering business took off when BBC Radio 4 listeners heard how I redesigned Raleigh’s factory to custom-make unique bicycles for each customer.
I led big projects in many different industries, became a board level management consultant, and learned from some of the best business leaders (the photo is from the 1997 launch of Virgin cosmetics).
An aimless motorcycle ride turned into life-changing 10-year adventure. I built a renowed social enterprise in the Himalayas of Nepal in the midst of the Maoist revolution.
The aid industry did not have a good reputation. There were better ways to design and manage projects. So I shared proven tools & techniques from other sectors to help charities and NGOs make a bigger impact.
Cancer forced me to leave Nepal in 2012. Since then, I have worked with talented people on extraordinary, worthwhile initiatives around the world.
With dual nationality for the UK and Ireland, I have worked across Europe, Scandinavia, the USA, Asia, Africa and the Caribbean.
I am versatile and entrepreneurial. I know the highs and lows of building a successful social enterprise, and how to get things done in challenging environments.
This website shares examples of my achievements with not-for-profit and purpose-led organisations over the last 15+ years.
Visit LinkedIn to download my CV and read about my work with these private and public sector organisations. Some great ideas can be adapted and applied to have an even bigger impact in the 3rd sector.
This unique combination of transferrable skills and international, cross-sector experience could help your organisation to:
My services are flexible and tailored for every client. Let’s share ideas. Together, we can be an even more powerful force for good.
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