About Creased Puddle
Caroline is Creased Puddle's owner and founder. A former Police Sergeant, she has worked with the most vulnerable in society and brings over 23 years to the team of working with diverse groups. Caroline has considerable experience in supporting large organisations, team members and individuals.
Boasting first hand knowledge of what it means to be neurodivergent, Caroline ensures a reliable and authentic view for your business. A talented public speaker, Caroline regularly presents for business, charities, universities and the public sector.
Caroline is also an Advisory Friend to the Institute of Equality and Diversity Professionals on Neurodiversity.
Our lead neurodiversity coach is Cheryl Winter. She is an ILM Qualified Coach and Trainer, Clean Language Facilitator, Mindfulness Practitioner, NLP Master Practitioner and Chartered Fellow of the CIPD. Her coaching is empowering and transformational.
Her people development career spans 30 years, holding positions as training manager with two major banks. She turned her attention to neurodiversity in 2011, and has her own personal experience of dyslexia and dyspraxia. She held the post of Director of a Social Enterprise specialising in neurodiversity for 4 years and in 2018 chose to fully return to her craft of coaching.
Steph comes to us with a wealth of experience both as an administrative professional and autistic advocate.
Responsible for the day-to-day running of the office, Steph is a crutial part of the interview team for our training courses.
Her co-occurance of ADHD and dyslexia combined with a unique ability to articulate her view of the world makes Steph an essential and productive member of the Creased Puddle team.
Ray’s experience as a Police Sergeant sets him in good stead to deliver Criminal Justice Training for Creased Puddle.
The combination of being autistic, articulate and having both a thorough knowledge and real experience of how Policing works, gives Ray the edge we need to provide authentic, beneficial and credible learning experiences.