Kelly is a Mental Health and Well-being Consultant for The Education People and has spent her professional career passionately focussing on enhancing the opportunities and life chances of people in education. Through the power of her mental health training and therapeutic relationship skills, she has successfully led a school on the Well-being Award for Schools process, resulting in the school being the first nationally to achieve this. Kelly is an active speaker, blogger and active writer of well-being in education and is passionate about creating the conditions under which teachers and pupils and families flourish. Her approaches in leading school development processes have created outstanding outcomes.
She is the founder of the ‘Family Matters’, empowerment program that supports family health and well-being, positive relationships healing trauma and positive parenting strategies, this has resulted in outstanding outcomes for family engagement.
Kelly consistently empowers stakeholders through initiatives to build their resilience in learning and workplaces. Her work has been recognised by the Department for Education, The NCB and the Anna Freud Centre.
Across the UK, she is known as a thought leader driving the force for change in the way we look at education.