So far in my communications career, I’ve worked with organisations in the education, local government, charity, financial and professional services sectors. Whether exploring how firms can increase diversity, highlighting the latest thinking on policies to move towards a low-carbon economy or encouraging people to think differently about how they can finance retirement, the work I do considers important challenges facing society in a new way.
I enjoy taking a structured approach to communications, working with clients to develop strategies that will help achieve the organisation’s wider objectives and then implementing them creatively to ensure the right messages get to the right audiences, in the right way, at the right time. I have a Prince2 Foundation qualification in project management and am experienced at running media training and crisis planning sessions.
Before moving to London, I studied Theology at Exeter University where I was on the executive of the student radio station XpressionFM.
At Linstock I have advised a variety of organisations including Grant Thornton International, Canada Life, Campus Living Villages, Baringa Partners, TheCityUK, Harborough District Council, and Aston and Newcastle Universities.