What Clients Say About Me
I was born and educated in Cheltenham then commissioned into the WRAF where I served for 5 years as a military Air Traffic Control Officer. I married a handsome pilot and became the proud mother of 3 sons!
In 1993 I joined and am now one of their most
experienced, award winning consultants. I built an extremely successful
business in Hong Kong, gaining valuable skills with men and women of all ages
and nationalities in a wide variety of professions. Since moving back to Cheltenham in 2002, I have established a versatile consultancy offering a full range of services to a diverse clientele.
I am a fully trained Consultant for , the Corporate Division of Colour Me
Beautiful and have enjoyed working with a wide range of professionals, including lawyers, top executive
bankers and television presenters.
Another area of my work is as a learning consultant with The Learning Architect, a team of specialist learning and development professionals who design, construct and deliver training solutions for organisations who want to improve the behaviours, capability and performance of their people.
With a diverse wealth of experience, and expert knowledge, they build and deliver learning journeys that are innovative, challenging, fun and highly sustainable.
Being passionate about people has helped me become a popular tutor and presenter, and I am a regular guest on Radio Gloucestershire discussing all aspects of personal image.
I am also a Registered Affiliate Member of the International Federation of Image Consultants and a mentor for the Prince's Trust.
In 2001 I became a member of MENSA to challenge the very old fashioned view that there is a directly inverse ratio between intelligence and caring about appearance!!! In many fields of employment nowadays, being smart isn’t enough. You need to look smart too! My approach is to use maximum logic and minimum time to achieve a confident, credible image. My aim is to make looking good and feeling great easy to achieve because it impacts everything you do.
I think Mae West sums up the importance of image very astutely.......