Kitty ChisholmPart-time PhD Research Student; KMi Co-Founder
Kitty Chisholm is a professional coach and facilitator who has worked with Boards and leaders in both the private and public sectors, specialising in career development and strategic change. She is a founder Director of Boardwalk, supporting women in achieving their full leadership potential. Kitty has been involved with pioneering work in learning and development, from the first major application of AI to the creation innovative structures for corporate learning. Her proudest achievement was being part of the team that created the Knowledge Media Institute in 1995. She was a member of the Technology Foresight Leisure and Learning Panel and on the advisory boards of the BT Corporate University, VTES and JRBH, now Board Intelligence. Kitty was a Trustee of the Science Museum Group until January 2015 and chaired the Advisory Board of the School of Management of Royal Holloway. She has an MA from Cambridge, a BSc from the OU and her interest in the neurological bases of behaviour change led to an MSc in Coaching and Behavioural Change from Henley. Kitty co-authored a book, Neuroscience for Leadership, The Brain Gain Advantage, published by Palgrave in January 2015. Her latest book, Championing Women Leaders, written with Shaheena Janjuha-Jivraj was published in November 2015.