With the pace of life today, we often feel there isn’t time to do everything we need or want to do.  We feel a constant pressure to do more with less, to add one more activity to the schedule, and to perform at a higher level every day.  This mindset leaves little time for the vital activities of reflection and learning.

I founded Campden Hill International in the belief that it’s essential for us to find ways to slow down and reflect – if only for a moment.  When we make room for these times and spaces, we become capable of transforming ourselves and our work into something that is more integrated and connected.

True to my vision, Campden Hill International contributes to this type of transformation by helping teams develop the habit of reflective learning as a core capability for improving results or overcoming operational and strategic constraints.

Prior to creating Campden Hill International, I spent over 20 years on Wall Street and with international development organizations, where I energized teams in Continental and Eastern Europe, Africa, and Asia.  I have served as head of Merrill Lynch’s Organization Integration practice and director of J.P. Morgan’s European Leadership and Organization Development Group, based in London.  With this extensive international experience I have developed the ability to work in a variety of cultures and at all levels of an organization.

I hold a master’s degree in Organization Development from American University | NTL Institute and a bachelor’s degree from Dartmouth College.  I am certified to use the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI), the California Psychological Inventory, and Compass (a 360° feedback tool), and have experience with many other popular psychometric instruments. I am a member of the Organization Development Network and NTL Institute.