Brook Graham

works with a network of highly qualified consultants who bring their specialist expertise and extensive experience to their work with our clients. Our consultants include:

Our Consultants

Fiona
Morden

Fiona specialises in the areas of People and Culture Change, and is passionate about making a positive difference through her work. She has 30 years experience working with both the Private and Public sectors, in People and Operational Management, and Organisational Change. She gained substantial International Diversity experience within a leading FTSE100 bank, designing and embedding the Diversity strategy across the UK, Europe, Africa and the Middle East. This built on extensive Commercial and Operational experience, where her leadership, sales business improvement skills were honed via national and international front-line roles.

Claudia
Ritter

Claudia is an executive and leadership coach, facilitator and consultant headquartered in Brussels. Being cross-cultural through her education, upbringing and career, her expertise lies in delivering a holistic approach to all aspects of cross-cultural orientation, strategic communications, and leadership development training to international public organisations, the corporate, and the non-profit sector across Europe.

Petunia
Thomas

Petunia has over twenty five years of business, leadership development and coaching experience. She has a passion for helping individuals and organisations develop and get the most from their talent. Her core expertise includes the design and delivery of workshops for leaders, mentoring and coaching programmes for individuals, groups and teams, working closely with them to enhance leadership effectiveness, improve performance, lead change and deliver results.

Jo
Slevin

Jo works with Brook Graham in an OD capacity following a diverse and successful career in banking, culminating in Head of Strategy & Planning for the Corporate Division of Lloyds Banking Group. She also managed the ‘Gender Agenda’, within the Global Diversity Team, where she secured Board level sponsorship for a major programme of change, which led to the creation of Employers for Work-Life Balance in the UK and a 50% increase in senior women.

Sunniva
Heggertveit
Aoudia

Sunniva, born and raised in Norway, has lived in Switzerland, Cyprus and USA, and is now settled in France. She is fluent in Norwegian, English and French and can read and understand German.

She has both strategic and operational experience in HR and D&I, gained in a variety of international roles. She has a deep understanding of national cultures and working across borders, and has designed interventions and programmes to help teams and businesses develop intercultural competence.

Justine
Cooper

Justine has extensive experience as an HR leader gained over 20-years working with leading organisations in the financial, retail and legal sectors. She has specialised in leading international HR strategies through change – including HR Director roles for Barclays in both Italy, Ireland & off-shore. She has a proven track record both as an HR leader in complex, multi-stakeholder environments and in managing organisational change.

Annabel
Burrows

Annabel has eighteen years’ experience as a qualified facilitator and management trainer, which is combined with front-line expertise in all aspects of staff development and recruitment. An experienced coach and mentor, Annabel’s work has included acting as a mentor in the UK Department of Work and Pensions “Working Links’ Lone Parent Mentoring scheme”. For the last six years she has run the mentoring component of a legal diversity programme, where senior members of top law firms are matched with students from disadvantaged backgrounds.

Esther
Crew

Esther has over 20 years’ corporate experience in retail and e-commerce organisations helping them to develop and achieve their performance potential. Esther has served as Group HR Director for an international private equity business operating across 21 countries, as HR Director at Morrisons Supermarkets and in other senior roles for major FTSE retailers.

Karen
Parker

Karen Parker has over 25 years experience in Sales, Marketing and Management with two of the world’s leading companies. Her ability to create a successful working environment resulted in her becoming an IBM Director and member of the IBM UK Executive Leadership Team. Karen has spent many years working with Clients at Board level helping them understand and resolve business issues. Working with the UK Executive Team Karen was an integral part of the UK transformation team leading and implementing change.

Alan
Ward

Alan has been coaching and developing people from different backgrounds for most of his working life. His first-hand management experience is across retail, corporate and investment banking based in Europe and North America. He was responsible for a variety of functions including leading change, growing businesses and retaining employee engagement in high performance environments. Alan made a significant career change in 1997 to consult and coach on organizational performance through people.

Ana
Oliveira
Pinto

Ana has 18 years’ experience of working with organisations on change and organisational & talent development projects. She is based in Portugal, works internationally (including Brazil) across a wide range of sectors: IT, finance, pharmaceuticals, FMCG, manufacturing, consultancy, telecommunications, retail, the Portuguese Government (Central Administration), culture and education.

Jose
Cox

Jose has worked on D&I strategies with a number of major companies in the USA and Latin America.

His extensive work with external stakeholders has included developing supplier diversity programmes.

His work has also focused on developing effective cross-cultural teams. He is bi-lingual and bi-cultural in English and Spanish. Jose is Puerto Rican by birth, a US citizen and currently based in Seattle, USA.

Karine
Jaffredo
Baltzley

Karine designs and delivers learning solutions through her expertise in diversity, intercultural competence and inclusiveness. She specialises in cross cultural competence, global virtual teams and gender awareness.

She has worked with many multinational companies, delivering leadership development and teambuilding sessions across Europe, Middle East, Asia, Africa and North America. She is certified in Diversity Intervention Skills (NTL- Virginia, USA) and the IDI (Intercultural Development Inventory by Milton Bennett). She is French by birth, fluent in French, English and Spanish and currently based in the USA.

Anne
Miller

Anne has wide ranging international experience in personal and organisational change, gained by working with leading organisations in many sectors and many different countries.

A highly experienced facilitator and coach, she has worked with individuals and leadership teams in some of the world’s largest multinational corporations.

Anne is American by birth, holds both US and British citizenship and divides her time largely between Europe and the USA.

Tony
Highland

Tony Highland has had over 20 years practical experience as a Director of Sales and Operations across various FTSE 100 businesses, creating and leading teams. As a change agent he understands the benefits to business of diversity in the workforce and has had particular success embedding effective succession management processes across large-scale businesses as an enabler to major transformation projects.

Manjari
Prashar

Manjari Prashar is a learning and development specialist providing business coaching, corporate seminars and training programmes on cross-cultural management and career development to organisations with a global presence. Manjari’s approach is to ensure that cultural considerations are appropriately addressed and incorporated into personal career plans and team structures, as well as corporate policies.

Alison
Bourne

Alison has over 30 years experience in talent management. Prior to joining Brook Graham, Alison worked for Associated British Foods (ABF) for 8 years as Head of Executive Development. During her time with the company she was responsible for designing a worldwide Talent Management Strategy and implementing supporting programmes to identify & develop ABF’s high potential and high performers through improved talent development and succession planning.

Kate
Dodd

Kate Dodd is a Diversity and Inclusion Consultant for Pinsent Masons LLP and Brook Graham Ltd. She advices Pinsent Masons, Brook Graham and their clients across the full range of diversity topics, and has a particular interest in working collaboratively with business leaders and Employee Network Groups to bring about organisational change. Kate is currently delivering a programme of Inclusive Business training which will be experienced by circa 3,000 people across Pinsent Masons' global network of 21 offices.

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