Katy Granville-Chapman, DPhil is a Teaching Fellow at the University of Oxford’s Department of Education, an Associate Fellow at the Oxford Character Project, and a Senior Fellow of the Community of Practice of the Human Flourishing Program at Harvard University. Katy completed a doctorate at Oxford University and her thesis explored how leaders could improve flourishing. Katy served in the British Army as both a troop commander and an education officer, a role in which she set up the education provision for British soldiers in Iraq and delivered leadership training to them. Katy is the co-founder of a global leadership programme for young people that has participants in 105 countries.
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