Imogen’s commitment to individual personal development and her boundless energy make her an inspiring and engaging facilitator.

She is a trained actor and director with over 20 years experience in the arts. She devotes herself to her work with energy and enthusiasm. A great facility with language and love of self-expression means she is inspiring and engaging as a facilitator. She relishes the rich rewards of engendering positive change. Since graduating from RADA, her love of travel  has taken her all over the world facilitating workshops for a wide range of organisations.

She speaks fluent French, Portuguese and Bangla, and is particularly interested in working with the diversity of different cultures. As a guest lecturer in Drama and Creative Writing departments she has lectured at the Universities of Oxford, Westminster, Loughborough, Jadavpur (Calcutta), Kalina (Mumbai) and Jahangirnagar (Dhaka).

At Aspire we have been excited by the energy and insight she brings to our courses on personal impact, influencing, line management, presentation skills, and voice production. Her most recent project was delivering a highly successful course on Line Management for the Association of Project Management. She is currently developing our new course for on Creativity for Business.

Imogen enjoys her work as a coach and recent clients include executives from The Sunday Times, Five Ten Group, Thirty Nine Essex Street, Inensu and The Forgiveness Project as well as two TEDx Speakers.

Alongside her corporate career, Imogen is director of her own company, THEWHATWORKS with which she has directed a multilingual Much Ado About Nothing in Mumbai for the British Council as well as five of her own self-written plays. She continues to work as a director and actor in theatre across the world. Her award-winning solo play Foreign Body has toured nationally and internationally and sold out runs at Southbank Centre’s WOW Festival, Soho Theatre and the VAULT Festival.

Imogen has also worked as a vocal coach at Shakespeare’s Globe and as Casting Director for the BBC.

She directs on RADA Summer Schools, facilitates at the Theatre Centre and The Midnight Run and has lectured in Drama and Creative Writing departments at Universities throughout the world.