About Damion Wonfor
I first encountered coaching in the late 1990s while I was working in a financial services organisation, and it proved to be a deep connection and calling for me. Coaching has become my path ever since, enabling me to live my purpose of ‘making a difference,’ initially as an internal coach and then leaving my corporate career and joining a coaching consultancy in 2008.
I hold deep gratitude to and respect for all my teachers over the years including Sir John Whitmore, Diana Whitmore, Charles Brook, David Whittaker, Sue Slocombe, Vici Williams, Ed Rowland and Nicola Dunn.
Setting up Catalyst 14 in 2017 enabled me to pull together all my experiences in training coaches and the strands of my work in coaching, supervision and mindfulness.
I feel blessed to work with an exceptional team and to have the opportunity to support inspiring people across the private, public, third sectors and in elite sport.
Outside of leading Catalyst 14, I live in Kent with my wife and three daughters. I have interests in Eastern Psychology, Yoga and I enjoy playing tennis and running.