I am the partner overseeing international agriculture, food and trade. I have over 30 years’ experience working in the UK Civil Service, with the last nine years spent in the UK Mission to the EU working on agri-food, trade and Brexit issues, including the EU/UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement (TCA) negotiations and the Northern Ireland Protocol.
I am the Partner, London of Penta leading our UK business and the company’s global executive team.
I am a Partner, Dublin, Online Reputation Management at Penta, specialising in Online Reputation Management.
I am the Partner of Penta’s Transport and Mobility practice and have 15 years’ experience working in public affairs. I focus primarily on transport policy at the EU level. I specialise in dealing with heavily regulated sectors and helping our clients to develop and maintain networks with senior figures in the European Institutions. I am also a Certified Data Privacy Practitioner and provide advice on GDPR concerns.
I lead and co-ordinate Penta’s digital and social media work for clients wherever they are in the World. We’ve made strategic investments in our digital capabilities including an in-house social media training programme, several key hires, and a suite of industry-leading tools for finding, tracking and analysing media coverage and social media conversations.
I am the Partner of Penta’s Dublin business and have almost 20 years’ experience in public affairs and corporate campaigns. My expertise lies in managing campaigns for Irish, European and global brands in the financial services, agri-food, energy, sustainability, technology, and healthcare sectors.
I am the Partner in Penta’s Brussels office and have 25 years’ experience in public affairs and corporate communication. I am primarily involved in the agri-business, trade, energy and financial services sectors.
I am the Partner leading Penta’s international financial services practice focussing on providing clients with a borderless offer across London, Brussels, Asia and the United States. This is vital as the issues facing financial services are often international in nature and need to be considered on a cross-border basis. I have 20 years public policy experience as civil servant, regulator, diplomat and in industry.