Elisabeth has a portfolio career spanning the arts, education and consulting for both public and private sectors over the last 25 years. Her eclectic outlook has helped organisations to find lively and effective solutions to a wide range of change and communications challenges.
After post-graduate studies at the Royal Academy of Music, she worked first as a performer and director’s assistant before spending several years as an artist manager for creative teams, liaising and negotiating at the highest levels from the Royal Opera House to the Metropolitan Opera and La Scala.
Elisabeth has maintained an active interest in music and maths education. Her Parents’ Guide to Music Education was published by Bloomsbury in 2011 and she teaches maths in prisons having completed a PGCE at UCL.
In her public sector work she has consulted for SEEDA and EHRC, evaluating grant criteria, monitoring procedures and project design. She worked for two years in the City developing and delivering online and blended training courses for the financial sector, with clients ranging from Goldman Sachs to the FSA.
As a corporate consultant Elisabeth has been mainly focussed on the financial sector, helping to define strategic communication and shift corporate culture, for example in post-merger situations.
Elisabeth serves as Chair of Trustees for Glen Art, a small military charity she cofounded. Her work there has given her detailed insights into the challenges and circumstances affecting a successful transition into civilian life for UK veterans. Elisabeth isdeepening her knowledge on the effect of conflict and trauma on mental health as a part-time student at the King’s College IOPP on the War and Psychiatry MSc.
Her recent clients include:
The British Army