Richard Freeman FRSA FCMI BA(Hons) MSt
Richard is CEO of always possible, and a specialist in organisational strategy, work-based learning, events, inclusive practice and business development. His experience spans the voluntary sector, further education, local government and private enterprise, and he is an adviser to education networks, thinktanks and creative business groups across the UK.
Richard has been involved in education, creative sector and social enterprise business development for over 18 years. He is a Fellow of the RSA and the Chartered Management Institute, and a Trustee of the UK work experience charity, Fair Train.
Richard is an experienced speaker, facilitator and workshop leader and chairs a number of strategic taskgroups on the south coast and nationally. He is Chair of the Brighton Investor’s Forum, a curator of The Brighton Summit and Lead Project Consultant to the Sussex Council of Training Providers.
In 2018, Richard founded The Possibility Club, and interviews change-makers for the weekly podcast and the monthly What If…? events.
Richard holds degrees from the universities of London and Oxford.