In January this year a government funding competition opened to applications for projects on the research and development of agricultural […]
The war in Ukraine and climate extremes have contributed to well-documented food shortages across British supermarkets. Consumers have been met […]
I am a Senior Associate in Penta London, where I support clients across the agri-food, aviation and financial services sectors. With a background in politics, I advise clients on the policy landscape in the UK and support them in their communications with key stakeholders. Before joining Penta, I worked in Parliament as a researcher to an MP, where I developed campaigns, served as a speechwriter, and advised on a range of policy areas covering women and equalities, energy, climate and justice.
I currently serve as an Associate of Penta, in London and work closely with our Brussels team. I am primarily involved in the agri-business, financial services and energy side of Penta. I support colleagues in regulatory affairs and public relations. My role with Penta is to assist on various client projects and contribute to the execution of clients’ business objectives.
I currently serve as an Associate of Penta, in London. I am primarily involved in agri-food, financial services, and transport clients working across both public affairs and public relations. I provide support and research on various projects, ensuring that the client’s needs are met. I previously worked in the Brussels office within the transport and energy sectors mainly focusing on EU public affairs. I joined Penta after finishing my master’s degree in international relations from the University of Glasgow. Sectors: Agri-food, transport, financial services, and energy.
I am an Associate at Penta, working across a broad range of clients, including those in the Agri-food and Transport sector. Primarily, I am involved on the public affairs side of Penta, though I do have extensive experience in public relations as well. Prior to joining Penta, I worked at the American Chamber of Commerce in Ireland. I graduated with my Master’s degree in International Relations from University College Dublin, and my Bachelor’s degree in Public Policy from the University of Virginia.
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