By nature Kevin is a
challenger and informer and has over 16 years worked with, and spoken
to, thousands of people who want to work in Development.
Kevin's first career was as a Designer and managing garment production
in the UK and overseas. He worked for major suppliers to the High Street
brands, then he lived and worked in southern India (Bangalore) for a few
years supervising design, production and quality for the 3rd largest
exporter to international markets. The job was transferred to a local
Upon returning to the UK and resuming work in London, Kevin volunteered
and discovered the "voluntary sector" and ultimately found International
Development. He has worked for 15 years at the information and advice
agency, World Service Enquiry.
Currently, Kevin is a Trustee and Company Secretary of CANS Trust, a
legal information charity, Director of
Enquiry and the successful coaching business
kcoach.net. He brings a wealth of experience of working with clients
based in the UK and overseas.
He is a regular speaker at events such as forum3 and VSO returned
volunteers days, where he provide ideas and strategies for development
workers to move forward. He is regularly invited to speak at many UK
Universities and student events, such as the Careers Group University of
London's "Getting into International Development", the student network
U8, Positive Change and alternative career fairs. Kevin has also
contributed to Open University The Volunteering and Work Experience
forum and the Guardian Online International Development forum.
With a MA, ECONNF Coach Diploma and an NLP Diploma, he also offers a
wealth of experience of practical coaching and mentoring, working one to
one with people just like you. Talk
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