Edward Kellow, Facilitator & Trainer
Edward is a multi-lingual and award winning facilitator, trainer and coach. He has over twenty years of experience in learning and development. From 2006-2012, Edward was Head of Learning and Leadership at LEAD International, the world’s largest not-for-profit leadership and sustainability network. While at LEAD, Edward coordinated and supported teams of international trainers designing and delivering global leadership programs for up to 150 participants in Africa, Asia, Europe, North and South America and China. In 2012, Edward designed a course on Sustainable Cities for Rio+20 that won the international public vote for the best learning event. Edward has also delivered leadership programs and workshops for many intergovernmental, business and third sector organizations around the world including Parsons Brinckerhoff, Newmont Mining, Centerra Gold, UNDP, UNEP, the Convention on Biodiversity Diversity, Oxford University, Business in the Community, the British Council, EDF and WWF.
A former intelligence officer, Edward has sold shirts at Harrods, supported HIV/AIDS volunteers in East London, and set up an innovative greetings card business, Twisted Yarns. He studied French and Russian, spent a year teaching English in Paris, and has a track record of delivering programs and workshops in English, French and Russian. A graduate member of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development, Edward has postgraduate qualifications in both training and coaching.