Cordelia is a Senior Consultant at Green Park’s Diversity and Inclusion Practice. Her role involves working with a portfolio of clients from all sectors so they are better placed to develop and embed inclusive strategies and policies.
An Adaptive Leadership consultant, she is a member of Harvard’s global Adaptive Leadership Network. She has designed and led the delivery of leadership development programmes for the London Metropolitan Police Service (MPS), the National Grid and the University of Greenwich. The pilot she developed for the MPS saw 80% of attendees achieving promotion upon programme completion.
Cordelia is a Clore Social Fellow and her Fellowship research report highlighted the role workplace inclusivity plays in enabling social integration. In the past, she has acted as an adviser to the London Metropolitan Police’s ‘Police Now’ programme and the University of Greenwich’s ‘Brighter Futures’ campaign.
Her previous roles have also included successfully leading a nationwide strategic review project at the UK’s largest children’s charity, the NSPCC. As Operations Director at a youth charity, she led over 150 responsible business initiatives involving seven UK universities and a wide range of organisations including Standard Chartered Bank, Cabinet Office, Barclaycard, EY, PWC, Lloyds Register and State Street Global Services.
Cordelia is an accredited Action Learning Facilitator and possesses an ILM development award in Social Return on Investment. She is also a Fellow of the Royal Society for the Encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce (the RSA).