Caroline is a Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) specialist who sees herself as a change agent in nurturing inclusive workplace environments. With a Master’s in Occupational Psychology (Birkbeck, University of London), she melds a people-centric approach with nearly two decades of deep domain knowledge in catalysing organisational development (OD). 

Having lived across diverse cultures, Caroline is an advocate for openness, empathy, and communication. Prior to joining Catalyse, she spearheaded the development of DEI solutions for multinational corporations, educational institutes, and government-linked organisations across APAC, EMEA, and the UK. 

In her time with the emergency services in South West England, Caroline led the design, implementation, and evaluation of transformative organisational and people development initiatives, including a structured educational and training plan for a 4000-strong workforce. 

Seeking to facilitate Myanmar’s democratic transition, Caroline served as OD lead at agencies such as World Learning and Save the Children International, working closely with ex-political prisoners, government agencies, religious organisations, and community leaders to build consultative, inclusive and situational people management capabilities.

A naturally curious and driven self-starter, Caroline took her expertise to the Seychelles, where she founded her own boutique consultancy. Tapping on her knowledge of applied behavioural science theories, she led the growth and professionalisation of government organisations such as the Seychelles Chamber of Commerce and Industry and the Sychelles Police Force.

At Catalyse, Caroline brings her rich expertise in leading diversity with purpose and inclusiveness to the table, designing and executing D&I reviews and OD initiatives with transformative impact, and conducting executive coaching with a focus on inclusive leadership and empathetic communication. 

In her past experiences as a powerboating instructor and in designing sailing experiences for people with disabilities, Caroline experienced first-hand the importance of equipping each and every individual with the right tools, skills, and knowledge to defy limiting stereotypes. She is passionate about creating a better world for all, where everyone has the chance to excel, regardless of their identity markers. 

Caroline is registered with the British Psychological Society to use BPS psychometric testing in occupational, ability, and personality. She is also a Nonviolent Communication Mediator, and an MBTI Trainer.