Women’s Professional Network bios

Ahead of the next Women’s Professional Network event, taking place on Wednesday 6th March, you can read more about the speakers below.

Naomi Kerbel (NC 1993-98)

Naomi is a communications expert with deep experience of broadcast having spent 12 years as a TV journalist at Bloomberg, Sky News and CNBC.

She is an advocate for social justice, access and equality through her podcast Show Me The Way which profiles women making a difference to lives of others; as a judge for the Veuve Clicquot BOLD awards; an ambassador for Asia Women of Achievement Awards and a founding advisor for OK Mentor.

Susannah Tresilian (NC 1992-1997)

Susannah founded Envision Coaching to work with women at changing points in their lives and has supported people in a wide variety of situations towards finding their vision and following their dreams. She also works as an Executive Leadership Coach with her other company The Leadership Collective, a coaching and training organisation that helps create empowered, inclusive and thriving work cultures.

She also works as a theatre director, specialising in telling stories to make the world a better place. She founded ARIADNE, an international organisation working with women making theatre in conflict-affected countries.  As a radio producer, she worked for many years at BBC Radio 4 producing Woman’s Hour, before moving to The Guardian to produce their weekly Books podcast. 

Dr. Camille Koppen, PhD (Oxon) (EL 1995-2000)

Camille is passionate about helping leaders and businesses to inspire, connect, and equip their people to thrive in their careers. As the founder of Brightwings Performance, a global training company, she has created real impact for 1000+ people across 20+ countries including senior leaders at BCG, HSBC and Oxford University. In her trainings, she combines her corporate experience with her expertise in psychology, love of drama, and her insatiable curiosity in how we interact and best use our minds.

She has completed her BA (Hons, first-class) and DPhil in Experimental Psychology at the University of Oxford, published 6 academic papers, and gave tutorials to undergraduates.


Tallulah O’Hea (EL 2009-14)

Tallulah is an experienced Body Confidence Coach dedicated to empowering women to cultivate a positive relationship with their bodies. With expertise in both one-on-one and group settings, she collaborates closely with her clients to foster self-acceptance and confidence.

Based in London, Tallulah also extends her impact by delivering transformative Body Confidence workshops. She travels across the UK to schools, where she hosts motivating sessions tailored for teenage girls, equipping them with invaluable tools and insights to embrace their unique self.