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Four new Freemen

The Communicators welcomed four new members at a ceremony at Glaziers Hall on Monday evening.

Nicola Hudson-Sosnowski, Partner at the Brunswick Group

Nicola is a Partner at the Brunswick Group covering Cybersecurity and Data Privacy practice. She was previously Director of Policy and Communications at the UK National Cyber Security Centre where she established an operational communications team and led the Government’s communications response to national cyber crises. Prior to that, Nicola managed the UK Prime Minister’s press office, having been Head of News and Head of Events between 2013 and 2016. In the lead up to the 2012 London Olympics, Nicola served as Deputy Director of Government Olympic Communications, working with multiple stakeholders to deliver the communications program for the Games, including the creation of the ‘Great’ marketing campaign, still used globally to project the GB brand. Before that, she was Associate Director, Group Communications at Control Risks.

Daniel Holden Chart. PR, FCIPR, Communication Consultant, All Things IC

Dan has focused his communication career on internal communication. He has worked in various sectors, including aviation, defence, charity and more recently, manufacturing, all of which have seen him support remote-based colleagues. In 2019, Dan launched Horizon Comms, a resource focused on supporting those new to the internal communication profession.

Sarah Kennedy, Director of External Affairs & Marketing, Turning Point

Sarah joined Turning Point, a health and social care social enterprise in 2009, having previously spent eight years working with the National Lottery operator, Camelot, and Breast Cancer Care. She is a member of the Operating Board, overseeing the organisation that supported over 165,000 people last year in over 300 locations, to discover new possibilities in their lives and improve their health and wellbeing.

Clova Fyfe, Head of Public Affairs at Brands2Life

Clova Fyfe has worked in Public Affairs and Corporate comms for 25 years. She spent over 10 years as Head of Public Affairs for BT, managing the Group’s relationship with Westminster and Whitehall. She has been leading the public affairs practice at Brands2Life for the last three years, with clients across sustainability, med tech and infrastructure.

We wish them all a very warm welcome to the Company.

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