Our People

Our team of Associates out in the field delivering Mythodrama are ably supported by the team in the office (sales & logistics) - working together to exceed our clients’ expectations. We aim to achieve this time after time - at the highest level of service.

Whilst our delivery team travel the four corners of the Globe, the office team are the backbone of the organisation – ever present, alert and willing to support and advise; the hub of communication between clients and programme leaders.

We work in a three-way partnership to deliver world class leadership development for each and every participant.

Our people are diverse in their backgrounds, education and life experience yet united by a shared passion, dedication and commitment to leaving the world a better place.

Richard Olivier

Founder & Artistic Director

Awarded Thought Leader 2013 by the Best Practice Institute, Richard has been a leading theatre director for over ten years, and directed Henry V for the opening of Shakespeare's Globe Theatre in London in 1997. He has worked extensively in the fields of Organisational and Personal Development and is the founding voice within Mythodrama. His work today is at the leading edge of bringing the world of theatre and the arts into the development of authentic leaders. From 1998-2003 he was the Master of Mythodrama at Shakespeare's Globe Theatre and is an Associate Fellow of Said Business School, University of Oxford. Guest speaker at the 2003 and 2009 World Economic Forums in Davos, Richard also works internationally as an independent consultant, conference speaker and workshop leader. He is the author of 'Inspirational Leadership - Henry V and the Muse of Fire', published by Spiro Press in May 2001. His latest book on 'Peak Performance Presentations' - co-authored with Nicholas Janni - was published in June 2004.

Richard Olivier

Founder & Artistic Director

Greg Kirwan

Director of Global Client Relations

Having over 20 years' experience in Executive Education, Greg provides international organisations with clear guidance on the development of their leaders. He previously held positions as Development Consultant, Executive Education - London Business School and Head of Executive Education at The Management School, London. Greg is motivated by getting to the heart of what it takes to enable individuals to progress to their fullest potential and ambition, with a calm and methodical approach. To understand the industry and clients in greater depth, Greg has focused his career around key areas such as Psychotherapeutic Counselling, Coaching, Sales & Marketing as well as being a member of CIPD (Chartered Institute of Personal Development), CMI member (Chartered Management Institute). He joined OMA in March 2014 and enjoys interacting with the broad range of client groups, whilst developing new business across the globe. To relax, Greg enjoys travelling and exploring as much as possible. As a young adult Greg played Table Tennis for Ireland for some years and now just plays for fun. His friends and family mean the world to him so he loves social gathering - sharing great food, wine and laughs.

Greg Kirwan

Director of Global Client Relations

Aasim Ali

Senior Client Relations Manager

Aasim brings a wealth of industry experience to Olivier Mythodrama from his previous roles at leading Business Schools. A well-versed client relationship manager with a passion for developing leadership interventions at business unit and organisational level. Aasim has a strong customer focus having worked alongside C-Suite executives and senior stakeholders across various geographies and industries to deliver multifaceted development initiatives. He has a bachelor's degree in Economics and Business from Kingston University and in his spare time enjoys spending as much time as possible with his family and adding to an ever-growing collection of sneakers.

Aasim Ali

Senior Client Relations Manager

Hana Winter

Financial Controller

After qualifying as a certified accountant, Hana practised within the finance department of a media film company. Later, joining Swedish telecom as a Finance Manager, Hana gained extensive managerial experience whilst establishing the finance department within their UK offices. Her next move saw her as Financial Controller for a leading UK Fashion Designer, allowing her to indulge two interests! After a career break to raise and look after her family, Hana spent a year in Egypt with the children introducing them to the fundamentals of the Arabic language and providing a real insight to the culture. Returning to work Hana managed the book-keeping function for a number of small businesses before joining us in February of 2007. She is responsible for managing and administering the finance and accounting functions. Through a holistic approach to life, Hana is able to balance the enjoyment of work with family whilst combining a passion for cooking, dining, and home design, along with some keep fit and travelling!

Hana Winter

Financial Controller

Scott Young

Senior Marketing & Logistics Manager

Previously Scott spent 4 years at a Top UK Solicitors Firm in an Administrative position, bringing this experience with him in March 2005, his role quickly expanded to include vital marketing and logistics support to our Associates in the field. Now as a Senior Marketing & Logistics Manager, Scott's duties include developing and implementing strategic marketing campaigns, planning, product development, brand management, design and layout on programme structure materials, logistics management and co-ordination of large scale national and international programme rollouts. Most recently working closely with our Director of Global Client Relations and Senior Programme Directors to provide internationals organisations with clear guidance on the development of their leaders.

Scott Young

Senior Marketing & Logistics Manager

Simon Bradley

Senior Operations & Client Retention Manager

Simon joined Olivier Mythodrama in 2018, having spent 13 years in IT, personal development and management training. Progressing from front-line trainer through to Operations Management, he brings a wealth of industry experience into the client retention and operations role. Simon enjoys researching and implementing new initiatives but doesn’t mind the routine tasks underpinning the business. Outside of work, he enjoys spending time with his family which will usually involve dancing to Little Mix or playing cricket in the back garden. You will also find him either watching, or attempting to play, football.

Simon Bradley

Senior Operations & Client Retention Manager

Sinead Ryan

Client Account Manager

Previously Sinead worked in various sales/retail positions, across various industries of travel, banking and the hair & beauty industry, before joining OMA in 2015. Her extensive knowledge in customer service has given her diverse experience with a calm approachable manner. Having worked in fast paced environments, under pressure and to tight deadlines she is a great asset to our team. As a client account executive, Sinead handles all administrative and logistics duties for programme sessions taking place across the globe. Having a great rapport with clients and her team, are vital to this role in supporting clients and programme leads. Sinead has great listening skills which are paramount to client’s needs, in providing the best answers/ solutions in a jargon-free supportive role over the phone and via email. Sinead’s love for travel led her to taking a sabbatical where she travelled Asia, South America and lived and worked in Australia for 1 year. Apart from travelling in her spare time she enjoys going to the theatre and attending live music concerts.

Sinead Ryan

Client Account Manager

Bee James

Senior Programme Director

Bee James joined Oliver Mythodrama™ in 2003 and is an experienced programme leader delivering courses to a wide variety of global businesses as well as the not-for profit and public sectors. Her specific areas of expertise are communication and presence and she is also currently developing leadership programmes for women. An actor for 18 years, following her training at LAMDA, Bee spent four years as a leading actor at Shakespeare’s Globe theatre and worked with Globe Education delivering workshops including seminars at Oxford University on “Playing at the Globe”. Bee has also completed a three year programme of study in Pesso Boyden System Psychomotor® – an advanced psychotherapeutic system and she studied personal development, myth and legends with Jungian analyst and storyteller, Marion Woodman.

Bee James

Senior Programme Director

Ben Walden

Founding Partner & Senior Programme Director

Ben Walden is a Senior Associate of Olivier Mythodrama, a creative consultant and workshop leader. He trained at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London and with Uta Hagen in New York. Playing many leading roles in London's West End theatres and on television, he was a member of the inaugural company at Shakespeare's Globe and performed in Henry V and Julius Caesar. He has also led Masterclasses for Shakespeare's Globe Education Centre. Working closely with our Artistic Director, Richard Olivier in the development of Mythodrama programmes, Ben delivers Mythodrama at Board and senior executive level to a range of academic and international organisations. Ben is also founder of our sister company, Contender Charlie, working primarily with pupils and teachers, using the power of storytelling and mythology to enhance and inspire their creative learning.

Ben Walden

Founding Partner & Senior Programme Director

Caroline Kilpatrick

Programme Director

Caroline joined Olivier Mythodrama with experience as a coach and programme leader in business and not-for-profit and public sectors. She specialises in voice, communication and presence. She has an MA with distinction in Voice Studies from the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, and had previously trained at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art. She works with the possibilities within an individual’s voice and body to enhance their communication, and uses the skills and techniques she learned as a professional actor and voice coach to do so. Aside from her work as a voice coach in the theatre and in leading drama schools across the UK including RADA and Rose Bruford College, much of her work as a communications coach has been with the public sector and civil service. Zara brings her expertise in physical and vocal performance, communication and facilitation to the programmes she delivers with OMA.

Caroline Kilpatrick

Programme Director

Daren Jacobs

Senior Programme Director

Daren Jacobs gained his degree in Philosophy and Psychology (specialising in the Philosophy of Mind, Cognition and Creative Thought) before running the Brighton branch of The Big Issue Magazine. He then trained as an actor at The Drama Studio and worked as a professional actor for 10 years in theatre, television and film. For the past 12 years, he has worked extensively with a wide range of organisations to deliver training and development programmes in communication, presentation and performance management skills. Seven years ago, Daren began his training in Mythodrama methodology and he now leads Mythodrama programmes to a wide range of organisations in both the public & private sector.

Daren Jacobs

Senior Programme Director

Geoff Mead

Affiliate

Geoff is a PhD consultant, Associate Fellow of Oxford Saïd and Ashridge Business Schools. He has published a wide range of book chapters and articles on aspects of organisational and leadership development, action research (and latterly on storytelling) in professional and academic journals. He has published two seminal books on storytelling: Coming Home to Story was published by Vala in November 2011 and Telling the Story: The Heart and Soul of Successful Leadership by Jossey-Bass in 2014. As an organizational consultant, keynote speaker and workshop leader, he has taken his work on narrative leadership onto the shop floors and into the boardrooms of blue-chip companies, charities, universities and government departments, for the past two decades. Recent clients include: Action for Children, Air BP, BAE Systems, Beachcroft, Deloitte, Fat Face, Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs, May Gurney, National Health Service, National School of Government, Openreach, PriceWaterhouseCoopers, Prince's Trust, Public Service Management Wales, Sussex and Surrey Probation Service, and University Alliance. Geoff also performs traditional stories at International Festivals and storytelling clubs and runs story-based workshops in the UK and as far afield as Spain, Canada and Japan.

Geoff Mead

Affiliate

James Healy

Programme Director

James Healy joined Oliver Mythodrama as an experienced programme leader delivering courses to a wide variety of global businesses as well as the not-for profit and public sectors. His specific areas of expertise are communication and presence. Trained at The Webber Douglas Academy of Dramatic Art in London, James began his career as a Communications Skills coach and Facilitator; with 15 years’ experience working in the Corporate and Public Sector. Covering Mind, Body and Voice his passion is for translating the skills learned as a professional Actor into an empowering set of communication techniques that can be employed by individuals, teams and organisations in a corporate context. Much of his work is the Magic Circle Law firms and the Big Four Accountancy firms. He has also worked extensively across Media, Telecoms, the Motor industry, Pharmaceuticals & Banking.

James Healy

Programme Director

Jane Jones

Programme Director

Jane is an Institute of Training and Occupational Learning qualified coach and a registered psychotherapist. She began her career as a medical practitioner, working for more than 25 years in the health sector; first as a General Practitioner and later as a Consultant in Public Health for the Health Protection Agency/Public Health England, during which time she established a new national unit in the field of Travel and Migrant Health. Her role in this capacity involved working with a wide variety of organisations in the public and private sectors, at governmental level, and internationally, as well as public and professional facing communication. She has wide professional experience of teaching and facilitation, of leading people to deliver projects, and of helping individuals achieve their professional and personal life goals. Outside her professional life Jane has been highly active in community theatre including writing, acting and directing plays, and has a lifelong passion for Shakespeare. In 2014/5 she led a community based theatre project in London in association with the Royal Shakespeare Company. She has been an affiliate practitioner with Olivier Mythodrama since 2014

Jane Jones

Programme Director

Jonathan Stebbings

Senior Programme Director

Jonathan has worked internationally as a facilitator, trainer, coach and keynote speaker since 1998. He works with CEOs and boards, as well as graduates and first line staff for organisations. He focuses on personal impact (including body and voice work), individual & organisational communication, management & leadership, and innovation & creativity. Jonathan has an MA in English Literature and has taught Shakespeare and drama. He also has a broad commercial background, having worked as a commercial lawyer in London and Oxford, as well as for ICI. He holds a Post Graduate Certificate in Education, is a Master Practitioner NLP and a Practitioner in Time Line Therapy & Hypnotherapy. He is certified in MBTI, SDI, Relationship Awareness Theory and TMSDI’s Team Management Profile & QO² Opportunity Orientation Profile. He has been as lead presenter with Olivier Mythodrama™ since 2004.

Jonathan Stebbings

Senior Programme Director

Joy Richardson

Programme Director

Joy Richardson has a MA from Oxford, and graduated from Webber Douglas Academy of Dramatic Art and has been an actor for many years. She has performed in theatre, film and television including productions for The National Theatre, The Royal Court Theatre, and several productions in the West End. During the Opening Season of Shakespeare’s Globe she played the role of Paulina in The Winter’s Tale and more recently was in the all female production of Much Ado About Nothing. Joy’s work in the field of education is extensive. She has run a host of Drama workshops for the Shakespeare’s Globe Education Centre, and The Royal National Theatre. In partnership with a psychologist, Joy has co-run workshops for The Medical Foundation for Victims of Torture, giving support to 9-17 year olds on the verge of exclusion from school. Drama and improvisation were used to explore issues such as status, loss and trust. Since 2000 Joy has delivered diversity training in the public sector including The Probation Service, The GMB Union and The Crown Prosecution Service. Joy is member of The Voice Care Network: a national group of voice teachers and speech and language therapists dedicated to helping thousands of teachers and students to use their voices more effectively. She teaches voice and drama at the Actors Centre for professional performers. Finally, Joy is a black belt in Tang Soo Do the Korean art of self defence and was Ladies U.K Champion.

Joy Richardson

Programme Director

Juliet Grayson

Coaching Supervisor/Tutor

Juliet Grayson is an experienced international tutor, facilitator, and executive coach. Having set up and run her own business for 15 years, she draws on her extensive experience in all aspects of business, from managing staff and their development, strategic planning and organisational skills, to client management and customer service. Whether training, facilitating or coaching she combines her experience in business with an extensive knowledge of people, a deep understanding of systemic thinking, an empathic and easy manner and clarity when communicating. Juliet is a qualified PBSP (Pesso Boyden System Psychomotor) Practitioner, a Master Practitioner of NLP (Neuro Linguistic Programming) and is a fully qualified Psychotherapist and Counselor (validated by the United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy). Juliet is also Coaching & Learning Supervisor for Olivier Mythodrama.

Juliet Grayson

Coaching Supervisor/Tutor

Laurence Hillman

Affiliate/Archetypal Consultant

Born and raised in Zürich, Switzerland, Laurence began to study astrology at the age of sixteen and this has remained his passion for forty years. He is a full-time professional astrologer/consultant and specializes in helping his clients understand their deeper purpose and their life's calling - especially in these challenging times. A force in the ongoing movement to merge astrology with depth psychology, his approach is practical and full of metaphor and Jungian insight. He has lectured internationally and conducted workshops at the Globe Theatre in London where he blended Shakespeare and Astrology. At the Cycles & Symbols Conference in California, he lectured on Venus in America (co-presented with his father James Hillman). He has also taught at Jean Houston's Mystery School, at Pacifica Graduate Institute, in Findhorn, and he has been a repeated guest lecturer at Washington University in St. Louis. He has taught small study groups and private students across the US. He is the author of Planets in Play - How to Reimagine Your Life Through the Language of Astrology and the co-author of Alignments - How to Live in Harmony with the Universe. Laurence holds an MBA, an MCM (Masters in Construction Management), as well as a degree in Architecture. He is currently pursuing a Ph.D. in Leadership Psychology at Meridian University. He has traveled extensively in more than forty countries and is fluent in five languages. Laurence lives in St. Louis, Missouri, with his wife Cindy

Laurence Hillman

Affiliate/Archetypal Consultant

Lesley Quilty

Senior Programme Director

Lesley Quilty is a creative consultant, facilitator, coach and theatre artist. She has worked in professional theatre for over 20 years as a performer, director, teacher and producer, in North America and the UK; although, her performing and teaching now take place almost exclusively in non-theatrical settings. She has designed and led programmes for Roffey Park Management Institute, the Kings Fund Leadership Programme and Findhorn Foundation College. Lesley's work is informed by over 20 years of experience of personal, spiritual, and organisational development, coaching and facilitation. Having been trained in Mythodrama methodology and associated with Olivier Mythodrama for a number of years, since 2006 Lesley has worked as a Porfolio programme lead, tutor and coach delivering Mythodrama programmes to a wide range of organisations in both the public and private sector. She is also founder of a sister organisation, Mythodrama Scotland, whose mission is to develop authentic leaders in the third sector in Scotland.

Lesley Quilty

Senior Programme Director

Michael Boyle

Founding Partner & Senior Programme Director

Michael Boyle is a psychotherapist, facilitator, leadership coach and student of mythology. He has also studied at The Institute of Group Analysis and has an MA in psychotherapy from Regents College, London. As a Senior Associate of Olivier Mythodrama, his work is on the cusp of personal development and professional effectiveness in leadership. He is the originator of Taking the Lead - an extended, in depth leadership programme for entrepreneurs. He has formed and facilitated a wide range of teams and groups in theatre, boardroom, sports, and NHS settings and has co-created Mythodrama workshops at the Globe Theatre for the casts involved in productions of Henry V and The Merchant of Venice. He is the founder of Abandofbrothers, a rites of passage and mentoring charity for disaffected youth, and leads personal development retreats internationally with a particular interest in developing youth leadership. He leads Mythodrama programmes to a wide range of organisations in both the public & private sector, combining his broad experience in business with an extensive knowledge of people and a deep understanding of systemic thinking.

Michael Boyle

Founding Partner & Senior Programme Director

Nathan Roberts

Programme Director

Nathan joined Oliver Mythodrama™ with an extensive experience of the corporate sector, individual coaching as well as experience running group based sessions as part of programmes operated by the Oxford Said Business School. Working in both the Corporate and Social sectors, he has been delivering leadership and personal development programmes for 12 years in a variety of settings ranging from the traditional course room to the jungles of Borneo. He also works in the public sectors advising senior leaders on creativity and innovation. As a Social Entrepreneur, Nathan runs an organisation working with young offenders and came runner up in the 2014 Sunday Times Changemaker of the Year Award.

Nathan Roberts

Programme Director

Nick Ross

Senior Programme Director/Special Projects

Nick Ross has been a leadership trainer and personal development coach for over 20 years. He has extensive experience of leading and developing groups and individuals in a variety of settings - across the public and private sectors. Prior to receiving accreditation to the Guild of Mythodrama, Nick's client list encompassed major Corporates, national and local government organisations. His work included delivery of extensive leadership development programmes and executive coaching to global telecoms companies, including Orange. Also a qualified training leader in Conflict Resolution and Emotional Intelligence, Nick is Director of Offender Learning at the social enterprise organisation, GoalsUK and is CEO at Maximum Effect UK Ltd. In addition, he is head leadership and management trainer for the Manchester College working to improve the UK prison service. Nick has worked with us for five years as programme leader, tutor and coach delivering our work with a variety of Mythodrama clients. Our work allows him to marry his longstanding interest in theatre and improvisation, with his passion for contributing to the development of tomorrow's leaders.

Nick Ross

Senior Programme Director/Special Projects

Phil Atkinson

Senior Programme Director

Phil Atkinson originally trained as a teacher and was a professional actor for over 20 years, working in theatre, film and TV. Appearing for the Hulltruck Theatre company in the West End productions, his TV appearances include productions of the BBC's Messiah and BBC's Hustle as well as ITV's Emmerdale. Having trained with Olivier Mythodrama, he has worked with OMA's clients over the last five years as a facilitator/coach. He has also taken on the role of Training and Learning Coordinator - heading up "quality control" for the delivery of Mythodrama programs and the training of new coaches. His association with OMA is also informed by ten years' experience of personal development coaching and facilitation. Phil is a glider pilot and instructor with a passionate interest in all things aeronautical.

Phil Atkinson

Senior Programme Director

Philip Cumbus

Programme Director

Philip is an Actor, Director and Teacher who trained at RADA and the Kings College London. He has extensive experience running workshops with non-actors, businesses and corporate groups using Shakespeare to connect to their own experiences. With an extensive career in Theatre TV and Radio throughout the UK, most recently for ‘Richard III’ within the West End. He is now appearing in ‘Tis Pity She’s a Whore’ at the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse at Shakespeare’s The Globe. As well as directing and teaching at several leading Drama schools, he works extensively with Globe Education running workshops for students, teachers and actors with a focus on how to access Shakespeare’s plays, stories and language. For the last three years he has also worked in Davis CA USA, contributing to the ‘Shakespeare’s Works When Shakespeare Play’s conference’ working alongside Shakespeare academics and directors from across the USA, assisting American teachers, teaching Shakespeare.

Philip Cumbus

Programme Director

Phyllida Hancock

Senior Programme Director

Phyllida Hancock worked as an actress and singer for 12 years, including two years with the Royal Shakespeare Company and in various other Shakespeare productions. She also taught a course on 'Women in Shakespeare' at Washington University in St Louis and participated in many workshops and lectures on Shakespeare for several British universities. Since 1998, she has been working in the public sector designing and delivering workshops, including 18 months running race awareness and diversity courses across the Criminal Justice System. Phyllida then moved to the Department of Trade and Industry as a consultant in their 'futurefocus' facility working with the DTI and its customers on scenario planning and project working. She continues to work with public sector clients on diversity policy and also runs singing workshops for several public and private sector companies. During her 8 years with us she has worked with organisations across the sectors. Phyllida has also participated in the development of our Transformational and Sustainable Leadership programmes.

Phyllida Hancock

Senior Programme Director

Robin Alfred

Senior Programme Director

Robin Alfred, BA (Oxon), PGCE, M.Phil (Cantab) is an organisational consultant, trainer and executive coach. He is an Associate and Lead Presenter for Olivier Mythodrama, this work allows him to marry his longstanding interest in theatre and improvisation, with his passion for contributing to the development of tomorrow's leaders. Robin is trained in a wide variety of approaches to personal and organisational development including: Appreciative Inquiry, the Frameworks for Change Coaching Process, Process Work, Spiral Dynamics and Tools for Corporate Transformation. Having worked as a trainer, educator and social work manager for 15 years, he has extensive experience of leading and developing groups and individuals in a variety of settings.

Robin Alfred

Senior Programme Director

Sasha Behar

Programme Director

Sasha Behar studied Classics at Cambridge University and has twenty years of experience as an actor working in TV, film and theatre. She has also worked as a coach, facilitator and role player, one to one and in groups, designing and delivering material on creative behaviours and personal impact, in both the private and public sector. She combines her experience as an actor and her training as a coach and counsellor, to powerfully address both the practical and psychological aspects of transformation. She takes particular pleasure in giving clients the confidence to really express themselves, with spontaneity and passion.

Sasha Behar

Programme Director

William Ayot

Founding Associate, now Coach

Winner of the People's Book Prize Award 2013. E-Mail From The Soul - New & Selected Leadership Poems, published 2012. William Ayot is a poet, playwright and workshop leader. Former Chair of the Board of Olivier Mythodrama, he stepped into semi-retirement in the summer of 2007 to allow himself more time to concentrate on his writing. William worked closely with Richard Olivier on the concept of Mythodrama as a new experiential leadership develpment methodology. William's writing includes the play Bengal Lancer's and two collections of poetry. He is a past winner of the Piccadilly Poets Competition for spoken poetry and was commissioned by Shakespeare's Globe to write/read a poem for the 400th anniversary of Julius Caesar. Other writing includes television, film and radio work, and numerous articles. William's CD The Portable Oasis: Irrigating the Soul at Work, a collection of poems for people in organizational life, was released in the spring of 2003. His poetry collection "Small Things That Matter" was published in December 2003.

William Ayot

Founding Associate, now Coach

Yolanda Vazquez

Programme Director

Yolanda was born in the province of Cadiz in the south of Spain, moving to England at an early age. A graduate of The Drama Centre London, she is an Actor, Director and Theatre Practitioner and has enjoyed a long career in Theatre, Television, Film and Radio. Her theatre background includes the RSCS and The Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre. In 2003 Yolanda was asked to join the education department as a freelance Globe Education Practitioner and has since had the privilege of working with and directing many students, teachers, actors and directors. She has also been heavily involved with the development of the Globe Education portfolio both nationally and internationally. In 2006 she developed and led a national training programme for all 260 English consultants for the secondary national strategies on behalf of the DFES (DFE). She is responsible for developing resources and publications for QCDA, Hodder Dynamic Learning and Arden Shakespeare, and still works at many high calibre drama schools. She also runs workshops internationally. In the last three years she has trained and become an affiliate of Olivier Mythodrama working as a presenter and tutor/coach on their programmes focusing on Inspirational leadership with companies such as Daimler, Oxford Said Business School, Axa, Avon, IESE and many other.

Yolanda Vazquez

Programme Director

Zara Plessard

Associate

Zara Plessard is an experienced presenter, facilitator and trainer in the corporate world, working most recently with Porsche and IESE Business School. Other companies she has worked with include the NHS, British American Tobacco and Samsung. She also has a background in teaching adults English as a foreign language, both in group settings and one-on-one, which is now expanding into interview technique and presentation skills. Zara has been a West End theatre and film actress and presenter for 15 years. As a result of her knowledge and expertise in this field, she decided to step into a leadership role herself, and is now co-founder and director of her own film company, producing and performing her own work. Zara brings her expertise in physical and vocal performance, communication and facilitation to the programmes she delivers with OMA.

Zara Plessard

Associate