Having experienced the challenges of progressing a senior career on a part-time basis, Karen co-founded Women Like Us and Timewise to champion the growth of flexible working.
Karen’s aim is to unlock the jobs market for flexible workers, and prove that flexible also means committed, ambitious and business critical. Among her responsibilities are working with clients to change their hiring practices, and championing the UK’s senior flexible stars through the Timewise Power 50 awards. She is highly respected as a thought leader, and is regularly invited to speak about the value and impact of a flexible jobs market, at business events and to the media.
Since co-founding Women Like Us and Timewise, Emma has developed a high profile as a key opinion former in the flexible working sphere. She has contributed to numerous government task-forces, reports and initiatives, focusing on how to improve participation of people who need to work flexibly in the workplace, shape the labour markets of the future and raise family living standards.
Emma’s responsibilities include overseeing the Flexible Jobs Index and directing Timewise’s innovation programmes, testing new ways to make flexible jobs better and unlock more quality jobs to flexibility. She is frequently invited to comment on the evolving world of work for broadcast and national press.
Following a career in publishing and management consultancy, Charlotte studied for an MBA and PhD on the subject of flexible job design. She worked with a range of organisations to build a business case for flexible working and implementing cultural change.
At Timewise, Charlotte provides market analysis, consultancy and training for corporate and public sector clients.
Contact Charlotte at Charlotte.Gascoigne@timewisefoundation.org.uk.
Claire Campbell leads Timewise’s consultancy and training projects in the public sector, helping organisations to create an inclusive and agile culture in order to attract, develop and retain talent.
Prior to joining Timewise, Claire was a senior civil servant in HR, leading on workforce and talent strategies for DWP and the Department of Energy and Climate Change. She has also worked as an HR consultant, leading talent and OD work for major global companies. She is a Fellow of the CIPD and has a Masters in Work Psychology.
Contact Claire at Claire.Campbell@timewisefoundation.org.uk.
Following a career in the financial services industry, working for Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley and Deutsche Bank, Natalie joined Timewise to lead on the development of our consultancy and training services.
Natalie also oversees the management of our Timewise Partners across a range of industries in the private sector, with a particular focus on our financial, professional and legal clients.
Contact Natalie at Natalie.Gill@timewise.co.uk.
An experienced OD and change professional, Amy moved into consultancy in 2010 following several years’ experience in internal HR roles.
Amy delivers consultancy projects and training for Timewise across a range of industry sectors, supporting and challenging clients to achieve lasting cultural and structural change. She also runs her own consultancy and works as an executive coach.
Contact Amy at Amy.Butterworth@timewisefoundation.org.uk.
Rachael has over twenty years’ experience working with public sector and not-for profit organisations, managing and delivering large-scale projects from funding to development and everything in between.
As Development Director, Rachael secures funding for Timewise Foundation activity as well as developing new initiatives with key partners. She is particularly focused on finding solutions to in-work poverty and encouraging partners to invest in change.
Contact Rachael at Rachael.Bailey@womenlikeus.org.uk.