Prof Dr Lord Kevin Couling holds several titles, including Lord of the Manor of Cowlinge, Lord of Shardelows, and Lord of Little Bradley in Suffolk, England. He is also the Lord of the Manor of Little Neston cum Hargrave in The Wirral, Cheshire, England. These titles either pre-date 1066 or were created within 10 years of William the Conqueror's landing and are all recognized by the British government. Coulinge village was founded by Lord Kevin's ancestors and he still owns land there.
In addition to his noble titles, Lord Kevin has received several awards and has affiliations with various organizations. He was awarded the Humanity Silver Medal from the Red Cross of Mongolia, and he is a Freeman of the City of London and a Burgess of Glasgow City, both of which are lifetime honors. He is also the Patron of the Oxbridge Institute of Professional Development in the United Kingdom and a Distinguished Fellow of Cambridge Global Learning (FCGL). He was awarded the Oxbridge Institute of Professional Development (UK) Professional Doctoral Fellowship (Dr.S) and is a Distinguished Research Fellow and Emeritus Professor at the Oxbridge Institute of Professional Development.
Lord Kevin is also a published poet and has worked as a numismatic medal/decoration designer, artist, and manufacturer for over 22 years. He has also served as a special advisor to the Chief Herald of Malta, an amateur armorist/advisor and historian in the UK and Europe for 22 years, an antique dealer, and an amateur furniture restorer. Additionally, he has been an accountant and tax advisor/consultant for 24 years and is the founder trustee of the Oxbridge Institute Trust.