Victoria Bagnall

Co-Founder & Managing Director

MA (Cantab), PGCE

Victoria has always been passionate about education reform, inclusion and neurodiversity. Diagnosed with Dyslexia aged 9, Victoria struggled throughout her education. Despite her challenges Victoria read Geography at the University of Cambridge, before launching her own chain of delicatessens in London. Later she was awarded Outstanding by the Open University for her PGCE in Secondary Geography and went on to focus on working with neurodivergent children. Victoria has dedicated her life to raising awareness of critical brain functions for learning and personal development – our executive functions.

Victoria is a well known public speaker, published co-author and consults widely within education globally. Victoria was the driving force behind to important pieces of education research post pandemic in 2020: The Forum for the Future of Education and The State of the Nation: Time to Talk.

Victoria works with people everyday who have been adversely affected by their experiences in the traditional British education system; she is committed to helping schools find ways to ensure all children feel they belong in school so that they can reach their potential.

Imogen Moore
Co-Founder & Non Executive Director

MA (Lond), MEd (Camb)

Imogen Moore has been working in the field of psychology and education over the last decade and has been coaching children and young adults for three years. She has developed particular expertise in working with children with autism, ADHD and OCD, and developing parenting and early years interventions and projects. She has trained as an ABA therapist with children with autism in Switzerland, possesses a BA in Social Anthropology from SOAS, and has a Masters in Psychology and Education at the University of Cambridge. She is currently doing a PhD at the University of Cambridge exploring the effectiveness of interventions for students that aim to strengthen executive functioning skills.

Bettina Hohnen


BSc, PhD, DClinPsy, PGDip

Bettina Hohnen is a Clinical Psychologist with over 20 years experience of working with children, young people and families. She has both an academic and a clinical background and works as a lecturer at a University while also working therapeutically with children and adolescents who are struggling. Bettina is the Co- Author of the 2019 book The Incredible Teenage Brain, an excellent handbook for any parent or teacher wanting to better understand the neuroscience of adolescence.