Meet The Team
Anabel lives in the heart of the west end, just a stone’s throw away from the Philip Kingsley Clinic in Green Street W1, founded by her father. As well as overseeing all the communications for the Philip Kingsley brand, she has made multiple appearances on QVC, and has written hundreds of articles for international magazines and websites ranging from Good Housekeeping and The Huffington Post to InStyle and Women’s Health. What she doesn’t know about hair probably isn’t worth knowing!Anabel graduated from Canterbury University with a First Class Degree with Honours in History, specialising in the History of Medicine. She started her career at Philip Kingsley in 2006, moving to New York to manage the New York Trichological Clinic for 3 years. In 2009 she returned to London to become part of the Philip Kingsley Marketing and New Product Development Team. Anabel has grown up among trichologists, and is qualified and practises herself. She is an Associate Member of The Institute of Trichologists, graduating with a distinction, as well as receiving ‘The Award of Excellence’. She has a vast interest and knowledge of the hair and scalp, with a particular interest in nutrition.
Glenn qualified from the Institute of Trichologists in 1968 and served as a governor for 10 years. He has been a practising consultant at the Philip Kingsley Clinic since qualifying and is Clinical Director.
He has had clinical research papers published in peer reviewed Medical and Scientific Journals culminating in being awarded a Fellowship of the Institute of Trichologists in 2004. His specialist area has focused on hormone related female hair loss and is recognised nationally and internationally on this subject. He is a member of the Royal Society of Medicine and the Society of Cosmetic Scientists also a Fellow of the Royal Society of Public Health.
Glenn is regularly invited to lecture on hair loss and scalp conditions and has also made numerous TV appearances and is frequently presenting on radio. Glenn is very proud to be associated with cancer charities and is a Trichological Consultant for both MacMillan Cancer Support and the Tony & Guy Strength & Style Cancer Support Scheme. His enthusiasm and passion is as strong as ever and he feels he has been very fortunate to work with such wonderful colleagues and staff.
He is also very proud of his rapport and affection towards the hairdressing industry. He has formed very special professional relationships with some of the greats of the industry, including Trevor Sorbie, Daniel Galvin, Errol Douglas, Jo Hansford, George Northwood & Nicky Clarke. His enthusiasm and passion is as strong as ever and he feels he has been very fortunate to work with such wonderful colleagues and staff.
“I’ve known Glenn for over 25 years and just love working with him. His expertise in trichology is second to none, he’s my go to for specifically scalp and hair health related discussions. Our industry has such talent and our ability to share and collaborate is something I’m so proud to have been a part of for over 30 years, Glenn really encapsulates that talent and spirit” – Errol Douglas MBE
“I met Glenn about 35 years ago because I had a scalp disorder which he cleared up within two sessions. I have remained friends with Glenn all these years and we have worked on different television programmes together. His knowledge and expertise coupled with his professionalism makes him the best trichologist in this country.” – Trevor Sorbie
Carole qualified in 1968, achieving full membership of the Institute of Trichologists in 1971, and has been practicing at the Philip Kingsley Clinic for over forty years. From 1992 to 2004 Carole was responsible for the Trichology Clinic in the Harrods hair and Beauty Department, and as well as focusing on clinical practice, she gained a wider understanding of retail hair care and retail product training. She is a past governor of the Board of the Institute serving mainly on the education committee. She is also a member of several other organisations including the Society of Cosmetic Scientists and the European Hair Research Society, and regularly attends conferences. Carol received her Fellowship from the Institute of Trichologists in 2013 in recognistion of her outstanding contribution to the field of trichology.
Carole has appeared on television and radio programmes featuring hair and hair loss disorders. She has contributed widely to newspapers and magazines on hair and scalp problems and general hair care matters. She was instrumental in organising the teaching of hair science to hairdressers for Philip Kingsley Products, and has lectured for many other bodies. Carole has many years of experience in all problems occurring in relation to the scalp and hair, and of course hair loss. She is very interested in scarring hair loss disorders and has recently contributed to a published dermatological review looking at the prevalence and treatment of these conditions across the UK.
Zoë Passam has worked at the Philip Kingsley Trichological Clinic for the past 12 years, qualifying with the Institute of Trichologists as a consultant trichologist in 2008, passing both sets of exams with distinction.
She was awarded the John Firmage Certificate of Distinction in her first year, and the John Mason Memorial Award for Excellence upon graduating, which is only awarded when there is a student of high enough calibre. Zoë has previously lectured on black hair, and took part in a live web chat about post-pregnancy hair.
Last year, Zoë presented at SCS Formulate at the Ricoh Arena in Coventry, as part of 'The Knowledge', on the subject of 'Haircare Trends', and earlier this year presented on the subject of hair and nutrition at FACE Conference 2016, at the Queen Elizabeth Conference Centre, London. She has also recently started work as an expert witness.