5 speakers 15 minutes each

Lucy Kellaway

on leaving journalism to teach

For 31 years, Lucy Kellaway was an associate editor and columnist for the Financial Times. In her time at the FT, she also worked as energy correspondent, Brussels correspondent, a Lex writer, and interviewer of business people and celebrities. She has become best known for her satirical commentaries on the limitations of modern corporate culture. She is the author of four books. In July 2017, she left the Financial Times to retrain as a maths teacher. She is the co-founder of Teach Now, a teacher training programme for experienced career changers looking to reapply their skills to the classroom.