"Cat Tully has an outstanding grasp of the purpose and practicalities of strategy. Her span of knoweldge and networks, from domestic to international strategic issues and from the impact of social media on how governments work to organisational strategy development means that she is exceptionally well-informed and well-connected. Cat is also a superb facilitator, helping boards, teams and individuals to develop their own strategic capability. Above all, Cat is a joy to work with."


Sean Lusk, formerly Head UK National School of Government Strategy Team, now Head Strategy VOA



"As a small charity we often struggle to think creatively and strategically, assuming that we are too constrained by our limited finances. Cat's energetic and innovative approach helped us to pinpoint where we want to be as an organization and how we can get there, putting our limited resources to the best possible effect. We generated a lot of new ideas and Cat helped us believe we could turn them in to reality."


Laura Kyrke-SmithRefugee Youth Project 










"Cat Tully possesses a first-class analytical mind and wide perspective, which combined with her very extensive experience and expertise in the foreign policy and international development fields, gives her an outstanding capability in tackling complex strategy and policy issues. She is an expert on strategic approaches to national security, bringing a purposeful, integrated 'whole of government' outlook to bear. She is a proven, extremely effective research and project leader, who brings a enterprising freshness of approach to meeting all challenges. I am delighted to be associated with her." 


Mungo Melvin 










"One of the best courses I've done in 18 years in the Civil Service, Presenters' knowledge and breadth of experience added real value" 


Civil servant NSG course



"In Summer 2006, Cat led for TechnoServe a robust analysis of what needs to be in place for farmer organizations to succeed. Her insights continue to inform and guide TechnoServe's work in this very important area." 


Leslie Johnston Deputy Director, West & Southern Africa at TechnoServe