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Introduction to Thinkably

Meet the board

Truett Tate


Dorthe Tate

Head of International

Dean Horridge

Chief Executive Officer/Co Founder

Phil Knight

Chief Creative Officer/Co-Founder

Katja Michaelsen

Non Executive Director

Alexander Hughes

Non Executive Director

Annika Tate

Non Executive Director

Advisory Board

Shamla Naidoo
Maurice Freedman
Am Rai

Youth Board

Sebastian Tate


Lucy Brader
Andrew Loughlin
Quinton Barwick
Nicholas Wernink

Our Partners

Our Partners

Waitrose & Partners helped to develop a collection of Thinkably books around healthy eating. Dr Emma Williams, Waitrose Nutrition Manager, supported with information for six new books which are based on the government’s Eatwell Guide recommendations. Thinkably was featured in their free weekly ‘Waitrose Weekend’ newspaper and customers were offered 20% off family subscriptions.

Thinkably partnered with RPC Law Firm – a global law network with offices in the UK and Asia with 750 employees across multiple sectors and access to lawyers in over 100 countries. We utilised their expert knowledge to collaborate on ‘The Book of Law’ series. The company has paid for up to 100 of their staff to receive an annual membership to Thinkably.

John Lewis ‘Partner Choice’ have commissioned two books that were written and illustrated by Thinkably: “The Virtual Monster’s Ball” for Halloween and “Betty Makes Christmas”. These books have been recorded by members of their team for their ‘Partner Choice’ intranet site and have been viewed over 3,500 times. John Lewis paid for 40 Waitrose and John Lewis staff to win an annual membership and all other staff receive a 40% discount.

Thinkably partnered with Home-Start UK, a charity which helps and supports families with young children through their challenging times. As lead sponsor on our Thinkably World Story Writing Competition, Thinkably was promoted across their community network. We are actively collaborating to offer Thinkably to their most vulnerable families, and creating a special book to celebrate their 40th anniversary.

Saskia is a BACP-accredited art and play therapist specialising in working with children, having previously worked as a primary school teacher for seven years. She used to be the head of poetry at one of London’s largest primary schools and recognises the therapeutic value of using all kinds of media to help children express themselves.

Saskia believes that storytelling and using picture and text are the fastest ways to communicate an emotional idea to a child. Due to the pandemic, she offers telephone and online support for families, providing creative solutions for all manner of issues at home.

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