Penny helps sustainable development change agents to be more effective.
She supports and energises individuals to make a real difference within their organisations, sectors or fields as they make the journey towards sustainability. She designs workshops and meetings that enable people to have the conversations they need, so they can change the way they work. She is an independent consultant, an experienced facilitator, trainer and coach and a recognised expert and author on sustainable development.
Working from her base in North London, Penny helps large and small companies, NGOs and public bodies to create a better future. She also works with a range of partners and collaborators cooperating to help clients make changes at a strategic, cultural and personal level. For over a decade she was Chair of Growing Communities, a ground-breaking social enterprise that grows and sells organic food in Hackney, North London.
As well as writing a regular column for the environmentalist, Penny is also:
A Fellow of the Institute of Environmental Management and Assessment and a Chartered Environmentalist;
An Accredited Associate Executive Coach and holder of a Diploma in Intermediate Executive Coaching from the AoEC/Middlesex University
A member of the Association of Management Education and Development and coordinated its Sustainable Development Network for over a decade.