A Handful of the experts we work with

By working with us, you access an army of amazing people willing and able to help your employees transition. Many donate their fees to charity, so your investment in your employees transition is a further demonstration of your commitment to corporate social responsibility.

Rachel Laxer - World famous interior designer

Rachel Laxer - Interior designer

After a career on the trading floor at Salomon Brothers, Rachel left in 2005 to set up Rachel Laxer Interiors - a globally recognised and respected brand. She runs projects across Europe. She works on delivering great design on time and on budget. She’s already helped several of our clients.

Rachel’s fee goes to The Royal Marsden Cancer Trust.

“Rachel is a fantastic person to learn from, a real inspiration after making a hugely successful career change into interiors from a prior career in Finance.” - Sian Clague

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Allyson Kaye MBE - charity founder,chair and trustee

Allyson is the President of the board of Trustees of Ovarian Cancer Action. She started the charity after she lost her mother to ovarian cancer. From setting up to running, chairing and now being a trustee, there is very little Allyson doesn’t know about entering a career in charity. She was awarded an MBE for her services in 2014. She’s keen to help support those who are thinking about a career in charity. Whether simply talking, meeting or attending a meeting, all fees go to Ovarian Cancer Action UK.

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Shafi MusaDDIque - journalist

Shafi is a reporter with CNBC. With previous experience at the Economist, the BBC, The Independent, he knows a thing or two for people keen to explore a career in journalism - a popular second career choice. He’s already helped several of our clients:

“I’ve always considered a career in journalism, but it took leaving the army to consider it properly. Talking to Shafi was great for giving me insight into the fact I should probably pitch some ideas to editors before I sign up for a journalist writing course.” - Laura Robeson