Katy Granville-Chapman served in the British Army as both a troop commander and later as 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 which has participants in 102 countries. Katy has advised ' among others ' David Cameron's government, the Department for Education, England Rugby and the Cabinet Office on leadership. She is an affiliated researcher at the University of Oxford Wellbeing Research Centre.
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