Rosina Budhani

Rosina is a seasoned communications professional with over two decades of experience spanning diverse sectors including lifestyle, travel, and charity. Her journey includes significant contributions to organisations such as Cancer Research UK, Comic Relief, Save the Children and Design Hotels. In addition to her extensive expertise in PR and communications strategies and planning,

Rosina is a certified intercultural trainer and diversity consultant. She is deeply committed to promoting inclusion in all facets of her work

Isabel Wallis

Isabel is a consultant with a proven track record in delivering sustainability strategy, advisory and communications projects. With experience in both the pharmaceutical and sustainability industries, she is highly skilled at distilling complex scientific information and data into compelling and engaging communications.

Isabel’s expertise extends across research and analysis to inform sustainability strategy, development of science-based materials such as whitepapers and reports and, green claims guidance in the context of the evolving legislative landscape.

Rebecca Elvin

Rebecca has over 15-years’ experience working in journalism and public relations, working across B2B and B2C campaigns for clients in the public, private and third sector. 

She has worked across a range of sectors including retail, property, fresh produce, agritech, facilities management and health, and has a passion for projects with purpose. 

Rebecca has worked in both in-house and agency roles, and her expertise includes media relations, thought leadership, social media and influencer engagement, copywriting and digital campaigns. 

Joe Dodgshun

Joe is a brand strategy and storytelling consultant helping impact scale-ups live up to their potential to drive environmental or social change. With 13 years of communications experience, he distils strategic clarity and core stories to convince those who enable you to scale your solutions.

His career began in Antarctica, covering climate research as a NZ journalism graduate, and he’s since worked with global changemaker networks, cleantech scale-ups, progressive SMEs, and specialist communications and branding agencies.

Antoinette Orr

Antoinette is a Senior Project Manager with several years’ experience working in the private and public sector with a specialism in digital products and branding.

Driven by impact, she has successfully led rebrands and website refreshes for Grassroots International, Save the Children, Women Deliver and Big Give to name a few – and organised events and workshops for governments and UN bodies on issues ranging from disaster preparedness to pharmaceutical logistics in rural areas.

Antoinette’s real joy for the role comes from creating long lasting partnerships while bringing a common goal to life.

Richard Woolley

Richard is an editor and journalist with 16 years of experience in professional and B2B publishing. During his career he has written and edited thousands of articles, analysis pieces and reports, with a particular focus on the impact of regulatory and policy developments on organisations. He has also written content marketing pieces for Guardian Labs as well as SEO copy for a variety of websites and agencies.  

Katie Jones

Katie is a brand copywriter with a strategic focus. She has 7 years of experience working in design and communications with clients from start-ups to international organisations. Her work involves setting up the brand proposition and core messaging to guide the design and communications that follow. Her passion is in sustainability, social impact and environmental communications. She loves taking on complex topics and finding a way to make them human, relatable and easily understood.

Melissa McClements

With a background in both national newspaper journalism and consumer PR, Melissa spent six years writing for the Financial Times and the best part of a decade working in London comms agencies for brands like Budweiser, Coca-Cola, Danone, IKEA and Marks & Spencer. In 2018, her concerns about the climate crisis led her to combine her editorial skills and in-depth understanding of brand communications to focus on eco copywriting. She’s written copy for UN bodies, renewable energy companies, global trade associations, rewilding organisations, environmental charities and plant-based food brands.

Maeve Campbell

Maeve is a media consultant specialising in opinion pieces and thought leadership in the environmental sphere. She is also a climate journalist, having been deputy editor of Euronews Green for four years. More recently, Maeve’s work has been published in the Guardian, in the Evening Standard and she has appeared on Times Radio.

Georgina Wilson-Powell

Georgina Wilson-Powell is an expert in sustainability, comms and media strategy, with 20 years’ experience working across print and digital publications. She founded and ran the largest sustainable living magazine (pebble) in the UK for 6 years. She’s also the author of 3 books on sustainable living and regularly appears on radio, podcasts and at events talking about the importance of sustainable solutions. She now advises brands, creative agencies and political campaigns on comms and content strategy around Net Zero and anti-greenwashing and creates eco-related content for a range of clients and media outlets.

Kirsten Parrish

Kirsten is a seasoned public relations consultant with three decades of communications experience across the private and public sectors.  Her key areas of expertise are corporate reputation programmes, strategy development, internal communications, issues management and media and communications training.

She spent four years as a Corporate Practice leader based in Brussels where she managed a number of pan-European PR and thought leadership programmes for multi-national clients and trade associations covering several sectors. She has also led marketing communications, internal communications and community relations programmes for a diverse range of organisations and handled sensitive communications issues.

Kirsten brings a very strategic approach to communications, but has a down to earth, honest and pragmatic manner which clients really appreciate.

Alex Heming Johnson

Since graduating from Camberwell College of Arts in 2006, Alex has spent over 16 years working in human-centred design in a variety of sectors, for brands, agencies and institutions, including Ogilvy, The House of Commons, Sugru, Beiersdorf, Paramount, Privacy International, Aqueduct and Care4Calais.

After starting his career in print marketing, Alex moved into digital product and brand work where he combines comprehensive UX/UI skills with a traditional brand design background to create websites, apps, e-commerce experiences and integrated digital campaigns.

He employs a user-centric approach to address problems and to create simple, effective and accessible outcomes – fundamentally, Alex believes in the power of good design to positively impact businesses, organisations and people.