Founder and CEO
Chetna is a certified executive coach, part time in-house employment lawyer and speaker. Chetna has collaborated with the Law Society to hold wellbeing conferences and has spoken at various events including the Women Economic Forum, Junior Lawyers Division conference and the Health and Wellbeing at Work conference.
Chetna is passionate about human potential. She has been working with organisations and professionals locally and abroad since 2013 to access elevated levels of wellbeing, performance and leadership. Having co-founded Being Lawyers with Lauren, Chetna now leads a team of experienced facilitators to deliver training programmes within organisations.
Having herself suffered from and then thrived in the face of a chronic illness (ME/CFS), Chetna attributes her full recovery to an understanding of the mind that she shares in her work and is committed to transforming the wellbeing of lawyers.
Lauren is a certified executive coach and has been working with leaders since 2013. She spent her ten year legal career at a Magic Circle firm, specialising in finance and restructuring, before she left the law to pursue her interests in wellbeing, mental health and human potential.
This was a natural career progression for Lauren, who has herself suffered from depression and received both traditional and alternative therapies as treatment. She credits self-awareness and the power and simplicity of understanding how the mind works as the key factors in her recovery and growth process.
Lauren co-founded Being Lawyers with Chetna in March 2016 and now consults on an ad hoc basis on issues relating to mental health.