Meet The Team
Chloe graduated from the University of Southampton in 2009 and simultaneously joined The Life Skills Company to run the South Central Area. She has developed The Life Skills Company in this part of the country for over a decade, driven by a belief that building students’ self-esteem, confidence and motivation can lead them to success both inside school and out. Outside of work, Chloe holds various voluntary committee positions for a Scout group and local PTAs and she is a member of the governing body for a primary school. She has three young sons who have given her an even stronger desire to provide young people with opportunities to learn, succeed and be confident in themselves. Her favourite quote is "Life is not about finding yourself, life is about creating yourself" George Bernard Shaw.
Jenieve, graduated from Canterbury Christ Church University with a First Class, Honors Degree in Education and Professional training. She has spent many years in the education sector, having worked in primary schools, colleges, and a range of private education providers.
She is an avid believer in lifelong learning and supporting people to continually develop life skills. Jenieve is passionate about making a difference to the educational experience for all and is a positive role model for, ‘believing you can’.
Outside of work, Jenieve is a gardening and DIY enthusiast who enjoys spending time working on her gardening projects. She is also studying music and learning to play the violin.
One of Jenieve’s favourite quotes is: “Education is the passport to the future, for tomorrow belongs to those who prepare for it today.” Malcolm X
Steve was the first of his family to attend university gaining a BA Hons in Maths/Music at London University and went on to teach Maths at a comprehensive school in Kent and then at a grammar school in the London Borough of Bexley. Years later and attracted by a new challenge, Steve joined IBM and climbed the corporate ladder for 19 years. He held many leadership positions, culminating as Director of Business Partners for UK, Ireland, Netherlands and South Africa. Yearning to again ‘make a difference’, he left IBM to jointly launch The Life Skills Company
in 2003 and now spends his time with students, staff and others associated with education, helping to enhance Emotional & Social Intelligence and Teaching & Learning, in a pragmatic way.
One of his favourite quotes is “May You Live All The Days
Of Your Life.” J. Swift.
Karla graduated from the University of Southampton where she completed her BA Spanish degree. Karla has supported learning in diverse educational settings, including as an English Language Assistant in Andalusia, Spain. She is passionate about young people’s access to higher education and having a positive influence on students’ academic and personal development.
Throughout university, Karla became increasingly aware of the power of social action and participated in volunteer tutoring supporting primary-school aged children from disadvantaged backgrounds. Her passion for fulfilling young people’s potential endures as she runs a Spanish language club in a local primary school. Outside of work, Karla is an avid netball player and one of her favourite quotes is“People will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.” Maya Angelou.
Meg has always had a passion for helping people and making
a difference. After working alongside homeless people she
trained in housing law and started work as a housing adviser.
She later became a senior manager and consultant for local government. Voluntarily Meg has been a YMCA Director and has led multiple youth groups in the community. Meg also has two children, however driven by a desire to touch the lives of many more young people, she jointly launched The Life Skills Company in 2003. Meg enjoys working with a variety of ages and is particularly passionate about Emotional Intelligence within schools. One of her favourite quotes is “Treat people as if they were what they ought to be and you help them to become what they are capable of being.” Goethe