Meet The Trading College Team
Lee Sandford MSTA, CFTe
Founder and Mentor
Following a long career in professional football, Lee has traded for nearly 20 years and earns his living predominantly as a trader. Lee founded the business in 2009. Lee manages an Elite Mentorship progamme, runs coaching sessions, teaches courses and develops software. He is a published author and public speaker. Lee is qualified by the Society of Technical Analysis (STA).
Trader and Trading Coach
Greg is a trader and trading coach. He now coaches and supports traders of all levels on their journey towards becoming consistently profitable traders. He delivers Live Trading Room and teaches at courses and events.
Emma oversees all our student bookings and requirements. She handles all venue and hotel bookings, manages a hectic calendar and runs our back office function with superb efficiency and calm.
Harmonie manages our social media accounts and website, as well as juggling countless requests from students asking questions or seeking advice or support. Harmonie has a technical and creative brain, as well as faultless customer service.
Loosely referred to as HR & Operations, Tamasine’s role covers contracts, project management, trouble shooting, recruitment, GDPR, systems and processes.
Chris is an advisor, working with students to decide on their trading path. Chris understands the details of each course, able to speak knowledgeably about the content and learning objectives. Chris can also offer guidance on finding the right laptop or equipment, as well as explaining how brokerages work. If you need technical assistance, he’s your man.
Gayle is a CIMA qualified accountant who manages the finances at Trading College.
Ami works with Emma and Harmonie to manage the needs and requests of students. Calendar bookings, meetings with coaches, invoices to new students, processing of upgrades and payments are all managed swiftly and with a smile.
Lisanne manages the day-to-day financial matters, paying hotels and suppliers, recording wads of receipts – and generally keeping our systems neat as a new pin.