Dr. Kath Burlinson is a professional theatre director and performer with extensive experience working in the corporate sector helping individuals to increase personal impact and companies and organisations to improve performance and envision their futures.
Her diverse list of clients includes Goldman Sachs Global Leadership Program, Pershing Ltd, Capgemini, Tata Consulting Services, Oxera, Avanade, The Home Office, Atos/Origin amongst others. She is currently one of the team of Business tutors for RADA Enterprises, and has worked for Gareth Bunn Consultancy, Inside Leadership, Morton Corporate Consulting, Andrena Cumella Consulting, Camille Nickson Associations and Steps.
From 1997-2002 Kath was co-director of the Weird Sisters Theatre company producing hit performances that toured nationally and internationally winning 5 international theatre awards. Kath has also been Associate Director of Youth Music Theatre UK, and has recently produced 'The Mothers Bones' and 'Wolf' with her artists collective. She has written sketches for BBC Radio 4's Loose Ends as well as a critical book on Christina Rosetti and a number of published essays.
She leads The Art of Being Heard, a professional development programme for DanceEast Ipswich and the Key Theatre Peterborough, which has attracted participants from Greene King, Gross & Co Solicitors, Norfolk Churches Trust, Wherry Housing Association and other private and public sector companies.
Kath's doctorate is from London University and from 1989-1997 she was a lecturer in English and Drama at Southampton University.