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My Story

I love helping people build stuff, and using the process to become their best selves. 

I am the Head of Ventures at the Entrepreneurship Institute, King's College London, where I support the university’s best early-stage ventures to reach their potential via the King’s20 Accelerator programme.


In the process, I've helped over 60 startups in areas like edtech, digital health and social impact to build their products, go to market and scale. Previous cohorts have raised almost £4.5million in investment and £2.5million in revenue. 


Our team has won recognition, including Enterprise Educators Higher Education team of the year 2017 and the UnLtd Social Enterprise Educators Innovation award 2017. We have been shortlisted for the Outstanding Entrepreneurial University category of the Times Higher Education Awards 2018.


Previously, I was a partner and director at CoSchool, an award-winning startup that develops entrepreneurial leadership in school students in Colombia. In 4 years, CoSchool has worked with leading private schools and government agencies to deliver programmes to 8,000 students across the country.


Prior to CoSchool, I worked on strategy consultancy projects for financial services, oil and gas and international development clients at Accenture, and designed and delivered leadership education programmes for over 20,000 students at The Prince’s Trust.

  

I have a degree & academic scholarship from Oxford University, and am a fellow of the Unreasonable Institute, USA, and the RSA in London.