Delia Lloyd is a London-based communications expert with over 20 years of experience as a writer, editor and coach. She brings together an unusual mix of rigorous, analytic thinking with an authentic, accessible voice.
Delia holds a PhD. in political science from Stanford University and has taught public policy and international development at MIT and The University of Chicago. During 2001-2, she was a Senior Development Adviser at the United States Treasury Department, where she was a Council on Foreign Relations International Affairs Fellow. Most recently, Delia was the Head of Policy and Research Insight at BBC Media Action, the BBC’s International development charity, where she was in charge of commissioning, editing and disseminating all policy and research outputs. A seasoned journalist, Delia’s reporting and commentaries have appeared in outlets including The New York Times, The Financial Times, The Washington Post and The BBC World Service. Delia has training in coaching, mentoring and creative facilitation. She blogs about adulthood at her highly popular personal blog, RealDelia, and is a visiting fellow at the Oxford Institute for Population Ageing.
Delia offers coaching and workshops in writing, speaking and leadership communications for commercial, non-profit and academic audiences. Clients include the BBC, London Business School, The London School of Economics and Oxford University.