Kristine Pommert is an award-winning international radio journalist and producer, trainer and career coach.

As a programme maker, she worked for the BBC for 20 years, specializing in Religion and Ethics. She is now Head of Radio at the independent production company, CTVC, which specializes in programmes on religion and life's big questions. In this role, she makes programmes for the BBC World Service, Radio 4 and Radio 3.

She has won seven awards for her programmes, most recently a Jerusalem Award in October 2016 for a programme on mental health and faith with Katharine Welby-Roberts, the Archbishop of Canterbury's daughter; and the inaugural Interview of the Year award at the Sandford St Martin Awards in June 2016, for a Good Friday programme featuring Diane Foley, the mother of the first Western hostage to be killed by Islamic State.


Kristine has designed and delivered a wide range of training courses for the international section of the BBC's College of Journalism, ranging from broadcast journalism and production to leadership and 'soft' skills.


She now designs and delivers regular training courses (including research impact and policy workshops) for Bulletin, a specialist agency that works with the higher education sector.


As a career coach, Kristine specializes in working with people at critical junctions in their careers, including those facing redundancy.

She holds a Certificate in Training Practice (CIPD) and a Post-Graduate Certificate in Career and Talent Management, specializing in Coaching.  


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