At Linstock, I work with a variety of clients including Campus Living Villages, Baringa Partners and Grant Thornton to develop thought leadership programmes that set the agenda for industry discussions and debates. As part of my role, I often lead the promotion of content across traditional, digital and social channels, ensuring it is joined up but also adapted for different contexts.
I’ve previously managed Newcastle University’s party conference programme, delivering an engaging series of events focused on the issue of regional devolution and the Northern Powerhouse.
Prior to Linstock, I worked with the City of London Corporation on its corporate community engagement, promoting initiatives such as internships for local young people and funding for social enterprises.I have also worked for two senior MPs as well as volunteering with an NGO in Kenya.
Before beginning my career in communications, I studied English Literature and Politics at Newcastle University. While there, I became editor of The Courier, the university’s award-winning student newspaper, as well as a member of the university’s women’s rugby team.