Ayo coaches professionals to achieve high performance whilst maintaining holistic well-being,
She focuses on supporting neurodiverse professionals and STEM professional to reach their Zenith potential.
Ayo currently offers a limited 6 week 1:1 coaching programme focused on supporting dynamic individuals in a finding their ‘why’, creating and executing a plan of action to achieve their goals. To book a free, no obligation call to find out more, see here.
Is Ayo the right coach for you?
Ayo is a Chartered Civil Engineer and Professionally Qualified Project Manager at the Environment Agency. She is also a TV Presenter and keynote speaker, She has presented on projects for BBC reels, the Smithsonian Channel and is now a Science Presenter for BBC Bitesize. She is a Labour and Cooperative Councillor for Caversham in Reading Borough Council. As well as Reading’s Deputy Mayor. She is part of the Labour Future Candidate Programme 2021/22 cohort.She is a keen sustainability advocate and co-founded and runs a Plastic Free Group in Caversham. She is a Supervising Civil Engineer & member of the ICE Thames Valley, ICE Policy and External Affairs and ICE Communication Committees. She is one of the ICE’s Water Superheroes aptly named Eco Warrior (previously Angel).
In her previous roles, she was the BIM lead for the Environment Agency’s Collaborative Delivery Framework Eastern Hub (Thames Valley, East Anglia and Herts and North London). Before that, she was a Graduate Civil Engineer on the Environment Agency’s training scheme where she undertook internal and external placements to support her development. This enabled her to sign off her ICE training agreement in 2.5 years and achieve CEng in 3 years and gain the CITB Site Management Safety Training Scheme (SMSTS) and APM Project Management Qualification (PMQ). During this time, Ayo was selected as one of Professor Lord Robert Mair’s Future Leaders for his year as President of the ICE. She was also nominated for the Top 50 Women in Engineering under 35 (WE50) initiative run by The Telegraph in partnership with The Women’s Engineering Society (WES) (June 2017).
She uses her experience of a dynamic and multi-faceted career to bring you insight, clarity and help achieve your own goals.
Are you the right fit to work with Ayo?
Ayo is passionate about helping you achieve real change in your career and holistically. However, this will need you to be dedicated, committed and consistent. If you are up for the challenge, get in touch.