Emma Howarth

Emma Howarth combines a lifetime of musical expertise with 18 years in a corporate environment, to bring a unique set of skillsets to business.

Emma began piano at the age of the 3, learning the Suzuki method, and achieved a high Grade 8 Distinction at 11. She has performed at many major UK concert halls, including Wigmore Hall, Royal Albert Hall, Birmingham Symphony Hall, Royal Festival Hall, and has also performed in France, Switzerland, Holland, Germany, Austria.

Emma also achieved Grade 8 Distinction on the flute and organ and was appointed the first female Organ Scholar at Balliol College, Oxford University in 1995. She later held the post of Assistant Organist at All Saints Fulham, for 12 years.

After leaving Oxford, Emma joined the graduate scheme at M&C Saatchi and spent 18 years in the advertising industry. Her most recent position was Head of Account Management at J. Walter Thompson, working with a broad range of clients at all levels, whilst looking after the personal development, coaching and mentoring of her own department.