One of Many TM is the brainchild
(or heartland) of our founder
Dr Joanna Martin.
Dr Joanna Martin is a renowned visionary, coach and catalyst; leading women into a new global paradigm. Her message and work have directly impacted over 120,000 people on 4 different continents.
She is the editor-in-chief of HEALM magazine, a quarterly publication for women leading the change. As the founder of One of many, her organisation has supported over 60,000 women leaders to greater impact without burnout.
Her private client list reads like a who’s who list of industry luminaries in the UK, USA and Australia. She is widely recognized as the secret weapon advisor behind the success of hundreds of change makers and entrepreneurial leaders.
Jo was always dedicated to excellence, graduating from medicine, then a career in performing arts before finding her calling in coaching. She very quickly become an internationally acclaimed and award-winning speaker.
Being met with such early success, she nearly burned out.
She had to find a different way of doing things.
Some way more sustainable.
Interestingly sustainable meant even more successful. Which was cool. But perhaps not surprising.
The following year, she went on to take her new business from zero to 7-figures and two countries in 12 months.
Dedicated to mobilising the difference of others, Joanna has delivered events and trainings often to audiences of up to 3000 at a time. She has certified over 1750 coaches, master coaches and trainers in behavioural change. And in the process, perfected her understanding of what it takes to make a successful training organisation.
She is a committed financial investor in the work of The Hunger Project and has also supported them by training over 70 fundraisers and facilitators globally.
She’s also a diplomatic wife, a sometimes-too-tired mother, a protective sister, and a caring friend. She has very cool head, but a very big heart.
"I’m many things.
And I’m just one of many women. Like you.
And together we can change the world.”
DR JOANNA MARTIN