Karen’s passion is creating a more flexible job market so that professionals can continue to develop their careers at the same time as finding the space they need to lead fulfilling personal lives. Following her early career in the public and charity sector, it was the personal challenge of progressing a senior career on a […]
Emma had a successful career in media skills training and documentary production before founding Women Like Us in 2005, together with Karen Mattison. This award-winning service put women in touch with flexible and part time job opportunities, building Emma’s expertise as a sought-after spokesperson on how flexibility can provide a solution to diversity in the […]
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 […]
Victoria joined us in 2014 from an 8 year career in recruitment advertising at a variety of media businesses. She heads up Timewise Jobs, bringing a wealth of experience spanning sales, account management and client relations. Victoria has managed teams in Sydney, Australia, as well as in the UK and likes to keep abreast of recruitment […]
Clare has spent her career helping disadvantaged people access decent jobs and has run some of the UK’s largest, and most successful, welfare-to-work programmes. In 2011, she completed research on flexible working practices with Timewise Foundation and now works as their Director of Innovation, sourcing opportunities to build the flexible market in all sectors and […]
With 20 years’ experience as a commercially focused accountant, Lisa runs the finance function and is also responsible for HR. Prior to Timewise, she worked at advertising agency, Saatchi & Saatchi, in the European Finance Team and also has her own consultancy, Blue Acorns.