Mayur Gondhea is the founder of CubeLynx a financial modelling / spreadsheet consultancy that was founded on social principles. Mayur set up the company following his son’s diagnosis of Autism. He was acutely aware of the high unemployment rates for autistic people and felt financial modelling would be an excellent career path for neurodiverse people. CubeLynx specialises in supporting the following sectors: regulation, renewables, property, impact investment and charities.
Philippa has worked in infrastructure finance (financing schools, hospitals, roads etc) for over 30 years in both the private and public sectors – she currently works for the Cabinet Office with a focus on the Government's decarbonisation agenda. As a strong supporter of developing talent, Philippa is an internal mentor and coach for the Civil Service - she is an ILM Level 7 qualified Executive Coach and Mentor and has Senior Practitioner accreditation with the EMCC. Philippa is a Non-Executive Director on the UK board of the EMCC. Philippa has a special interest in coaching and mentoring people who are neurodivergent - this interest was born out of a family member's diagnosis of ADHD and Autism. This interest has also led Philippa to undertake a PhD at Oxford Brookes Business School looking at the language of coaching people with ADHD in the workplace.
Helena was recognised in the Spear’s 500 index as a top recommended performance and life coach for HNW individuals, she has an MSc in Executive Coaching from Ashridge Hult Business School and is certified by the ADD Coach Academy. Helena was diagnosed with ADHD in her 40s and has several family members who are ADHD and autistic. She runs Hatched Coaching and Hatched ADHD where she specialises in working with people who are bright and think outside the box.
Helena studied at Marlborough College, Oxford University and SOAS. She completed a finance internship at Binder Hamlyn (later Accenture) then found her niche in HR at British Airways and as a Senior Civil Servant.
Following a 20-year career in Higher Education across Academic and Professional Service roles, Rachel Westerbeek now works as an independent Leadership Coach, Facilitator, and Trainer. Her focus is on providing safe and effective coaching for neurodivergent thinkers, where challenge, support, and thinking space are balanced to support authenticity and development. She also delivers training to support other coaches and facilitators to create more neuro-inclusive learning environments.
Rachel has been coaching for 10 years, primarily within large and complex public and private sector organisations. Her experience is underpinned by Level 7 qualifications in Executive Coaching, and Coaching for Organisational Performance, and she is currently completing a Postgraduate Certificate in Autism at Sheffield Hallam University.
She has lived experience of autism, ADHD, dyspraxia and epilepsy.
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