Kaytie Grant


Kaytie Grant graduated in 1997, with a degree in Economics. In the preceding year, and whilst at University, she worked for the International Fund for Animal Welfare in a variety of roles and gained valuable experience in the animal charity field.
She then spent 3 years at the National Film and Television School Foundation before taking a business role for 6 years at Sky Television.
She devoted the next few years to raising her family with husband Richard before joining IWCT, in 2014.
After a very successful 5 years, she was appointed CEO, helping to consolidate IWCT’s position as an established and highly respected charity and directed the exciting project to build the Treatment Centre, in the Philippines. She works closely with the team there, who provide the veterinary support and care at the Centre, Mobile Clinics, together with Dog Rescue and Rehabilitation and Education Programmes.
She and Richard along with their daughter Alice, son Charlie and their “larger than life” rescue Lurcher, Dilly, live only 10 minutes from the IWCT office in Edenbridge.
She has always been surrounded with animals and finds her role in IWCT both challenging and exciting and intends to expand the work in the Philippines and the rest of the world, particularly with Rabies eradication and stopping the trade in dog meat. By way of relaxation she is the netball coach at her local school and an active stoolball player.