OUR TEAM

ROSIE WARIN

Rosie is CEO of Kin&Co and a multi award-winning change-maker. A recipient of the Suzy Ferguson Award, recognising exceptional ‘character, integrity and determination’ and once named as a PR Week ‘30 under 30’, Rosie has helped clients like TripAdvisor, WWF, Westpac, Innocent and Forum for the Future achieve their goals. She co-founded We Are Europe, an award winning Remain campaign for the EU Referendum vote that contributed in youth turnout growing from a predicted 32% to an unprecedented 68%. Rosie sits on the Corporate Advisory Board of Battersea Dogs and Cats Home, is a judge on the World Economic Forum/Effie Positive Change awards and is a One Young World Ambassador.

SALLY BAILEY

Sally’s our Chair. Her career spans over 25 years in the retail sector, working for many well-known high street fashion brands, including Topshop and Miss Selfridge. From 2004 until 2013 she was CEO and part-owner of the lifestyle fashion brand White Stuff, where she grew the company from being a small outdoor clothing retailer into the successful multichannel brand it is today. The company has been in the ‘Sunday Times 100 Best Companies To Work For’ list six years running. Now she advises brands like Braintree Clothing, The Able Label and Lisa Taylor and is Chair of the low-cost chain of veterinary practices, The Vet. She’s also Vice Chair of the charity The Eve Appeal and a mentor on the Fellowship programme of the Marketing Academy. Her expertise, steady approach and wise questions have helped us move forward faster and stronger than we thought possible.

BECCI GOULD

Becci is a results-driven Senior Account Director with over 8 years experience in communications and culture change. She’s worked with some of the world’s biggest brands and charities including O2, Danone and WWF on projects ranging from finding a unifying purpose, through to creating internal movements that drive employee engagement and business performance. Taking a behaviour change approach, she’s an expert in facilitating and engaging a range of audience groups; from lawyers to care workers. In her spare time, she enjoys running and fitness classes – and is a recent dog convert after trying out BorrowMyDoggy.

GEORGIE HOWLETT

Named as one of PR Week’s 30 under 30, Georgie has spent a decade running communications campaigns and crafting strategies rooted in audience insight. A self-proclaimed fan of efficient systems to deliver top quality work, happy teams and happy clients, she is Kin&Co’s head of operations. When she’s not running the ship, Georgie specialises in strategic communications and behaviour change initiatives. She has created communications strategies for numerous organisations including Anna Freud Centre for Children and Families and the National Osteoporosis Society, and has previously led activity for the likes of the National Trust, Girlguiding and learning disability charity FitzRoy.

MATT ROBSHAW

Matt is an experienced communications consultant with a background in corporate and consumer PR. As an enthusiastic advocate of the power of communications in creating tangible positive change, he has provided strategic consultancy for some of the world’s largest brands, including Airbus, DHL and Bosch.

Although adept at developing and delivering impactful media relations campaigns, Matt’s true passion lies in helping businesses to realise their purpose, as well as ways in which they can bring this to life, internally and externally. His disciplined approach to project management and energetic work ethic also translate to his love for judo and rugby, although the latter tend to produce more bruises.

EMILY ANTONIADI

Emily is an Account Executive at Kin&Co with over 4 years experience in social and environmental change campaigns – from gardening movements to girls’ education. Since joining Kin&Co she has focused on social impact communications, from a county-wide behaviour change campaign to reduce food waste to building a gardening movement in Somerset. Before joining Kin&Co, Emily worked in Medellín, Colombia as a research assistant for NGO Fundación E2E, working on projects in environmental conservation, education and peace.

JHANVI GUDKA

Jhanvi began her career in technology PR working at one of the country’s top 10 tech PR agencies across a range of corporate and consumer clients. However, it was while working on a number of integrated communications campaigns for the UK’s leading tech for good funder, Nominet Trust, that Jhanvi uncovered a true passion for social change. Being exposed to countless inspiring startups using technology to address some of the world’s most pressing problems made Jhanvi question what the world could look like if all tech innovations had purpose embedded in from the outset.
Outside of work, Jhanvi can be found with her head buried in a good book, blogging about social issues, swimming or (more often than not), at the pub!

ANNABEL FRITSCH

Annabel is an Account and Operations Manager at Kin&Co. With a background in legal editorial, Annabel found her passion for purpose-driven companies and social change through attending legal Trust Women conferences and seeing how global impact is possible through companies investigating their own structures, supply chains, and practices. In the past few years, Annabel has volunteered with the Women’s Equality Party, Enfield Refugee Welcome Group, and DePaul Charity UK to put her passion for social change into practice. In her free time, you can find Annabel reading in coffee shops and trying to soak up as much sun as England can offer.

JESSICA FERROW

Jessica joins Kin&Co with more than seven years’ experience in sustainability strategy and communications. She’s a firm believer in the power of business as a force for good and has helped some of the world’s most forward-thinking companies tell their story in an engaging and compelling way. As well as project managing creative campaigns, Jessica has written and consulted on sustainability reports for leading companies including IKEA, BT, Vodafone and SIG Combibloc.

After beginning her career in renewable energy and low carbon business, Jessica led on the design and implementation of Go Green Bristol, a business behaviour change programme that helped over 1,000 businesses improve their sustainable credentials during Bristol’s year as European Green Capital in 2015.

Jessica is a British national but has lived and worked in several different countries including France, Indonesia, Norway, the USA and Vietnam.

CHELSEA KING

Chelsea is a Senior Account Executive at Kin&Co with almost three years industry experience, both in-house and agency. Her past work covers a broad spectrum of consumer and corporate, including not for profit and charity and she is a believer in the power of strategic communications to facilitate positive change in business and beyond. Chelsea has previously helped address the skills deficit in one of the UK’s key industries, and has been involved with a mentorship scheme with BME PR Pros, an initiative that aims to promote BME diversity in the communications sector. Outside of work, you can find Chelsea indulging in fitness, fashion and food (though not necessarily in that order), creating anything from double chocolate fudge cake to dystopian fiction or spoiling Gary the rescue cat.

ALEX LYONS

Alex Lyons is a Communications and Culture consultant at Kin&Co with ten years experience in communications for social and environmental change – from responsible business to happiness campaigns. In recent years he has focused on helping organisations and individuals find and live by their purpose and values – working with O2, the Joseph Rowntree Foundation and professional services firm BWB. He’s also delivered training in interpersonal communications to neighbourhood police officers across the country with Police Now. Ask Alex – a comic book aficionado – about the fiction of Ursula K Le Guin, his famous triple chocolate brownies, or his work coaching speakers for TEDxCoventGardenWomen – a London TEDx celebrating gender equality.

JESSICA PELCHAT

Jessica is a Canada-based Director at Kin&Co. She brings a wealth of experience working at the intersection of business strategy, communications, and sustainability over the last decade, with companies like CPA Canada, Salesforce, and OCS along the way. She is driven by the transformation and growth of a purpose-driven business, and cares deeply about the people she works with – making sure that the serious work of social change also includes some playfulness, an occasional pun, and little moments of bold inspiration. Jessica is an advocate for women in leadership, and those with non-linear career/life paths.

MÉLISSA CALIXTE

Mélissa is a Canada-based Project Manager for Kin&Co. After a decade of design and management in the luxury goods industry, Mélissa launched a small business in rural Haiti, financially empowering a team of local artisans. She has since been specializing in helping businesses create and execute truly impactful purpose initiatives. Her latest clients include Canadian retailer Snuggle Bugz and luxury sneaker brand Uomo D’oro. Mélissa is passionate about uplifting and empowering vulnerable communities in a dignified way, while creating perfect alignment between a company’s ethos, culture, and social impact strategy.

VICTORIA HODGES

 

Victoria has a portfolio of work as an Associate Director, an independent Consultant, a Non-Executive Director and Charitable Foundation Trustee, with over 25 years experience in employee engagement, experience, culture change , organisation design, talent development, reward, recognition and purpose.

She works across a wide range of industries, including retail, aviation, consumer, housing and public sector; with global corporations, progressive start-ups, SME’s, Charities and Not For Profit organisations.

LAURA QUINN 

Laura’s fourteen-year career spans brand, non-profit and public sector communications, corporate sustainability and working with companies to define their purpose and positioning. She loves to operate in complex stakeholder networks and across global markets. So far she has worked with audiences including urban youth in London, parents across the UK, emerging middle-class consumers in Africa, factory workers in India, CEOs in Mumbai and cowboys in Texas. When not studying for her post-grad, she can usually be found with a minimally-packed suitcase and a pair of minimalist running shoes, looking for a new adventure.

FIONA BENNIE

Fiona helps organisations and brands to create future-proof strategies, innovation roadmaps and business models. She develops and uses future scenarios, foresight, insight and sustainability principles to build solutions that help organisations and brands thrive. Not just over the next few quarters, but in the long-term. Her career started in Italy at L’Oreal marketing, followed by the Design Council and some healthcare innovation work.

But the fun really started at Forum for the Future where she led innovation projects with clients such as Unilever, Bupa, Burberry, Suffolk County Council and the National Trust. She helped to develop many of the innovation approaches Forum use today and co-wrote a number of future scenarios across fashion, retail and the creative industries.

JAMIE HASKAYNE

Jamie is an award-winning Creative Director, Writer, Culture and Brand Consultant. He has delivered projects across the globe for some of the world’s biggest brands. Aligning the mission of a business with the aspirations of the people it needs to succeed, he helps clients to define their strategy, purpose, vision and values, in order to create a positive culture and deliver an on-brand customer and employee experience

KATE CHAPMAN 

With a deep knowledge of sustainability built on a varied business background, Kate’s focus is on helping businesses and other organisations to be a force for good and to focus on purpose beyond profit. She is a highly experienced OD and sustainability consultant, facilitator and trainer, used to working across organisations from board level to shop floor. She brings curiosity, energy, enthusiasm and a “big picture” outlook to clients – helping people see beyond their immediate team or organisational boundaries to examine the wider impacts they may have.

KIRSTIN KASZUBOWSKA

Kirstin has spent over 13 years as a PR and communications expert, blending creative and strategic thinking to tackle business problems, with clients including Virgin Money, Airbus, and the NHS. She has designed and delivered award-winning global communications campaigns and brand positioning work. Alongside working at Kin&Co, she is indulging in a Masters in Creativity, Innovation and Leadership.

POOJA SACHDEV

Pooja is an experienced organisational development (OD)/ HR consultant, author and expert speaker, passionate about helping people and organisations fulfil their potential. She has worked with a wide range of organisations from niche consultancies, film companies and public sector bodies to large multi-nationals in finance, pharma and manufacturing.  Her specialist areas include employee engagement/ experience, culture and change and diversity & inclusion. She is qualified in Occupational Psychology, Counselling and Coaching, and is co-author of ‘Rewire: A Radical Approach to Tackling Diversity and Difference’, published by Bloomsbury in 2015 and described by the FT as “the most refreshing approach to diversity I have read”.

BETSY REED

Betsy is a sustainability strategy and campaign consultant and independent associate of Kin&Co. She has spent the past decade leading big social and environmental behaviour change campaigns for organisations like Zero Waste Scotland, Forum for the Future and Nestle. Betsy is Chair of the Public Relations Consultants Association (PRCA) Sustainability Group. She also has a parallel career as a yoga teacher.

SARAH RANDALL

Sarah started her career in intercultural communication consulting, before moving to PR agencies in Paris and London where she worked on international communication campaigns with a focus on CSR initiatives and social impact programmes. Sarah has broad, multi-sector experience from finance to fashion, having worked with global brands such as Deloitte, RBS, Société Générale, LVMH, Novartis and Michelin, as well as many fast-growing social enterprises, B-corps and charities. Recently Sarah led the communications campaign for the European Commission’s Social Innovation Competition, to find impactful solutions enabling refugees to integrate into Europe. Having studied and worked in France and Brazil Sarah speaks fluent French and rusty Portuguese. She’s also an occasional florist.

VICTORIA PAGE

Victoria is a multi-award winning communications and corporate reputation expert, with experience working in global and boutique communications agencies for clients including: Sky, Unilever, Costa Coffee, Coca-Cola, O2, COP18, Jaguar Land Rover, Sony, Kellogg and Thai Union (owners of John West). She specialises in purpose and sustainability strategy and communications helping businesses to navigate challenging landscapes to find opportunity, to collaborate with the right people to drive positive change and to inspire leaders with the belief that their business can become a force for good. She recently worked with Sky to orchestrate their Ocean Rescue campaign to free our oceans from plastic waste.

SASHA FOX

As a communications professional, Sasha has four years PR and brand development expertise in award-winning creative campaigns, with her client category experience including CSR, sustainability, FMCG, startups, tech, music and charity. She previously worked in the Corporate Responsibility and Society team at Sainsbury’s, managing external comms across Sainsbury’s core values of health, sourcing, environment, sustainability and community.

SARAH FERRARI

Sarah Ferrari (no, not related and no, doesn’t own one) is an Art Director with over 10 years experience, specialising in branding, design for both print and web and illustration. She has worked with a diverse range of clients such as Disney, Whistles and the National Health Service.

CERI SCHOOLING

Ceri specialises in PR and strategic communications support in the charity sector. Ceri has come from a big agency background, including Ketchum and Weber Shandwick. Ceri’s most recent experience is at Bowel Cancer UK, where her campaign for Bowel Cancer Awareness Month generated almost 200 pieces of coverage.

HUGH KNOWLES

Hugh specialises in helping organisations develop new ideas and approaches to big sustainability challenges. In particular he likes to use futures thinking to challenge perceptions and inspire different thinking. Until recently he was Head of Innovation at Forum for the Future. He relishes the practical side of innovation and is launching sensor based ventures to tackle social and environmental issues through the IOT Academy where he is a Founder Director. His bike(s) would not fit in the picture.

IRENE PALACIO 

Irene is a London based Art Director who loves making her ideas reality, through illustration and design. She has a degree in Fine Arts from the Polytechnic University of Valencia and coursed one of the years at the Bauhaus University in Weimar. Apart from the most diverse range of clients, she has worked for a variety of organisations which promote positive change towards sustainability. Besides working, she worships the internet and always keeps her eyes open (as you never know where a good idea can come from).

JULIAN WALKER-PALIN

Julian is a recognised expert on environmental and social sustainability. He presents globally including at Cornell University, supported a key Foresight Project and is guest lecturer at Leeds University. His ethos of close collaboration and integrity are central to everything he does. He runs ETANTE, a specialist sustainability and communications consultancy founded on his belief that activity must enhance and protect a client’s business and profitability. This is backed up by nearly 20 years with Walmart-Asda and Tesco. ETANTE supports diverse brands such as the Co-operative Bank, Heineken and Nando’s, as well as policy makers like WRAP and UNEP.

JACQUELINE CULLETON

Jacqueline is a creative marketing leader with thirteen years of proven experience in telling compelling stories that bring about positive social and environmental change. Starting her career writing full-time for a British national newspaper, her last full-time position was as Head of Communications for international NGO Forum for the Future. Now freelance, Jacq helpd brands, agencies, and NGOs build loyal audiences, grow their industry influence, and achieve a measurable business or behavioural impact. Jacq’s very passionate about equality, sustainability and food issues in particular, and loves what she does – which is half the battle!

SOPHIE BROOKS

Sophie is a senior sustainability advisor with over 25 years’ experience in communications and CSR. Having worked client
side within the corporate sector (Microsoft, Jordans), agency-side (as CEO of a top 20 PR firm) and in the international development space (for award winning carbon project developer ClimateCare), her sweet spot lies in helping businesses to figure out and talk about how they can exist in harmony with the environment and communities in which they
operate. Over the years, Sophie has created CSR strategies for dozens of companies including The Body Shop, Swarovski, Coca-Cola Enterprises and the Jaguar Land Rover.
Sophie holds has an MSc Climate Change and Development and alongside her work at Kin&Co she runs her own advisory
consulting business advising smaller businesses on how they can integrate purpose into their core business strategies.

OUR ADVISORY BOARD

ANITA HOFFMANN
Anita lives and breathes purpose and values. As the founder of Executiva, a board advisory, executive search and coaching firm, she coaches leaders from every continent to be their most authentic, high performing selves. She’s a visiting fellow at Cranfield University’s School of Business Doughty Centre for Corporate Responsibility, where she’s produced ground-breaking work on purpose driven leadership. She’s held senior international executive roles in industry, with two of the Big Four consulting firms and was a partner at the premier Leadership Advisory & Search firm Heidrick & Struggles. Her wisdom, insight and thought provoking questions are invaluable to us.

NICK ELLERBY
Nick is a Co-Director at the prestigious Oasis School of Human Relations. He’s a trusted confidant to leaders, mentors, leading organisations, senior teams and change agents. He blends whole person approaches with an incisive capacity to work beneath the obvious whilst demonstrating a deep understanding of people, relationships and development. Nick is a trustee of the Oasis Foundation, Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts, a member of the custodian group for the Windsor Leadership Dialogue, works with the Swedish-based Foresight global task force, and is a Senior Advisor to the UNGC/EFMD Globally Responsible Leadership Initiative. Nick’s calm, curious and razor-sharp intelligence, coupled with humble style have helped us be far better than we thought we could be.

ROSIE WARIN

Rosie is CEO of Kin&Co and a multi award-winning change-maker. A recipient of the Suzy Ferguson Award, recognising exceptional ‘character, integrity and determination’ and once named as a PR Week ‘30 under 30’, Rosie has helped clients like TripAdvisor, WWF, Westpac, Innocent and Forum for the Future achieve their goals. She co-founded We Are Europe, an award winning Remain campaign for the EU Referendum vote that contributed in youth turnout growing from a predicted 32% to an unprecedented 68%. Rosie sits on the Corporate Advisory Board of Battersea Dogs and Cats Home, is a judge on the World Economic Forum/Effie Positive Change awards and is a One Young World Ambassador.

SALLY BAILEY

Sally’s our outstanding Chair. Her career spans over 25 years in the retail sector, working for many well-known high street fashion brands, including Topshop and Miss Selfridge. From 2004 until 2013 she was CEO and part-owner of the lifestyle fashion brand White Stuff, where she grew the company from being a small outdoor clothing retailer into the successful multichannel brand it is today. The company has been in the ‘Sunday Times 100 Best Companies To Work For’ list six years running. Now she advises brands like Braintree Clothing, The Able Label and Lisa Taylor and is Chair of the low cost chain of veterinary practices, The Vet. She’s also Vice Chair of the charity The Eve Appeal and a mentor on the Fellowship programme of the Marketing Academy. Her expertise, steady approach and wise questions have helped us move forward faster and stronger than we thought possible.

BECCI GOULD

Becci is a results-driven PR Account Director at Kin&Co. The last six years have seen Becci work with charities, organisations and businesses to develop strategic and impactful media relations campaigns, that create real, tangible change. She’s been the driving force behind our work bringing innovation and a new concept to WWF’s iconic Earth Hour campaign, and helped KeepCup achieve their media ambitions. She’s developed the communications strategy for a new national charity partnership between Tesco, Diabetes and BHF, and launched the UK’s first multi-stakeholder campaign for body confidence working with the likes of Dove and Public Health England. Outside of work Becci is a keen(ish) marathon runner and netball player and the best organiser/‘social secretary’ in any friendship group.

GEORGIE HOWLETT

Named as one of PR Week’s 30 under 30, Georgie has spent a decade running communications campaigns and crafting strategies rooted in audience insight. A self-proclaimed fan of efficient systems to deliver top quality work, happy teams and happy clients, she is Kin&Co’s head of operations. When she’s not running the ship, Georgie specialises in strategic communications and behaviour change initiatives. She has created communications strategies for numerous organisations including Anna Freud Centre for Children and Families and the National Osteoporosis Society, and has previously led activity for the likes of the National Trust, Girlguiding and learning disability charity FitzRoy.

MATT ROBSHAW

Matt is an experienced communications consultant with a background in corporate and consumer PR. As an enthusiastic advocate of the power of communications in creating tangible positive change, he has provided strategic consultancy for some of the world’s largest brands, including Airbus, DHL and Bosch.

Although adept at developing and delivering impactful media relations campaigns, Matt’s true passion lies in helping businesses to realise their purpose, as well as ways in which they can bring this to life, internally and externally. His disciplined approach to project management and energetic work ethic also translate to his love for judo and rugby, although the latter tend to produce more bruises.

EMILY ANTONIADI

Emily is an Account Executive at Kin&Co with over 3 years experience in social and environmental change campaigns – from gardening movements to girls’ education. Since joining Kin&Co she has focused on social impact communications, from a county-wide behaviour change campaign to reduce food waste to helping a community-owned renewable energy company raise investment for new wind and solar farms. Before joining Kin&Co, Emily worked in Medellín, Colombia as a research assistant for NGO Fundación E2E, working on projects in environmental conservation, education and peace.  Ask Emily about cognitive biases, Mexican cinema and universal girls’ education as a solution to the world’s biggest problems.

JHANVI GUDKA

Jhanvi began her career in technology PR working at one of the country’s top 10 tech PR agencies across a range of corporate and consumer clients. However, it was while working on a number of integrated communications campaigns for the UK’s leading tech for good funder, Nominet Trust, that Jhanvi uncovered a true passion for social change. Being exposed to countless inspiring startups using technology to address some of the world’s most pressing problems made Jhanvi question what the world could look like if all tech innovations had purpose embedded in from the outset.
Outside of work, Jhanvi can be found with her head buried in a good book, blogging about social issues, swimming or (more often than not), at the pub!

ANNABEL FRITSCH

Annabel is an Account and Operations Manager at Kin&Co. With a background in legal editorial, Annabel found her passion for purpose-driven companies and social change through attending legal Trust Women conferences and seeing how global impact is possible through companies investigating their own structures, supply chains, and practices. In the past few years, Annabel has volunteered with the Women’s Equality Party, Enfield Refugee Welcome Group, and DePaul Charity UK to put her passion for social change into practice. In her free time, you can find Annabel reading in coffee shops and trying to soak up as much sun as England can offer.

JESSICA FERROW

Jessica joins Kin&Co with more than seven years’ experience in sustainability strategy and communications. She’s a firm believer in the power of business as a force for good and has helped some of the world’s most forward-thinking companies tell their story in an engaging and compelling way. As well as project managing creative campaigns, Jessica has written and consulted on sustainability reports for leading companies including IKEA, BT, Vodafone and SIG Combibloc.

After beginning her career in renewable energy and low carbon business, Jessica led on the design and implementation of Go Green Bristol, a business behaviour change programme that helped over 1,000 businesses improve their sustainable credentials during Bristol’s year as European Green Capital in 2015.

Jessica is a British national but has lived and worked in several different countries including France, Indonesia, Norway, the USA and Vietnam.

CHELSEA KING

Chelsea is a Senior Account Executive at Kin&Co with almost three years industry experience, both in-house and agency. Her past work covers a broad spectrum of consumer and corporate, including not for profit and charity and she is a believer in the power of strategic communications to facilitate positive change in business and beyond. Chelsea has previously helped address the skills deficit in one of the UK’s key industries, and has been involved with a mentorship scheme with BME PR Pros, an initiative that aims to promote BME diversity in the communications sector. Outside of work, you can find Chelsea indulging in fitness, fashion and food (though not necessarily in that order), creating anything from double chocolate fudge cake to dystopian fiction or spoiling Gary the rescue cat.

ALEX LYONS

Alex Lyons is a Communications and Culture consultant at Kin&Co with over nine years experience in communications for social and environmental change – from responsible business to happiness campaigns. Recently, he created the brand architecture for Ladder to the Moon’s new Centre for Creativity and Innovation in Care, and helped Big Change define their Purpose and Values. Ask Alex – a comic book aficionado – about the fiction of Ursula Le Guin, his famous triple chocolate brownies, or see him onstage and behind the scenes organising TEDxCoventGardenWomen – a London TEDx celebrating gender equality.

JESSICA PELCHAT

Jessica is a Canada-based Director at Kin&Co. She brings a wealth of experience working at the intersection of business strategy, communications, and sustainability over the last decade, with companies like CPA Canada, Salesforce, and OCS along the way. She is driven by the transformation and growth of a purpose-driven business, and cares deeply about the people she works with – making sure that the serious work of social change also includes some playfulness, an occasional pun, and little moments of bold inspiration. Jessica is an advocate for women in leadership, and those with non-linear career/life paths.

MÉLISSA CALIXTE

Mélissa is a Canada-based Project Manager for Kin&Co. After a decade of design and management in the luxury goods industry, Mélissa launched a small business in rural Haiti, financially empowering a team of local artisans. She has since been specializing in helping businesses create and execute truly impactful purpose initiatives. Her latest clients include Canadian retailer Snuggle Bugz and luxury sneaker brand Uomo D’oro. Mélissa is passionate about uplifting and empowering vulnerable communities in a dignified way, while creating perfect alignment between a company’s ethos, culture, and social impact strategy.

VICTORIA HODGES

Victoria has a portfolio of work as an Associate Director, an independent Consultant, a Non-Executive Director and Charitable Foundation Trustee, with over 25 years experience in employee engagement, experience, culture change , organisation design, talent development, reward, recognition and purpose.

She works across a wide range of industries, including retail, aviation, consumer, housing and public sector; with global corporations, progressive start-ups, SME’s, Charities and Not For Profit organisations.

LAURA QUINN 

Laura’s fourteen-year career spans brand, non-profit and public sector communications, corporate sustainability and working with companies to define their purpose and positioning. She loves to operate in complex stakeholder networks and across global markets. So far she has worked with audiences including urban youth in London, parents across the UK, emerging middle-class consumers in Africa, factory workers in India, CEOs in Mumbai and cowboys in Texas. When not studying for her post-grad, she can usually be found with a minimally-packed suitcase and a pair of minimalist running shoes, looking for a new adventure.

FIONA BENNIE

Fiona helps organisations and brands to create future-proof strategies, innovation roadmaps and business models. She develops and uses future scenarios, foresight, insight and sustainability principles to build solutions that help organisations and brands thrive. Not just over the next few quarters, but in the long-term. Her career started in Italy at L’Oreal marketing, followed by the Design Council and some healthcare innovation work.

But the fun really started at Forum for the Future where she led innovation projects with clients such as Unilever, Bupa, Burberry, Suffolk County Council and the National Trust. She helped to develop many of the innovation approaches Forum use today and co-wrote a number of future scenarios across fashion, retail and the creative industries.

JAMIE HASKAYNE

Jamie is an award-winning Creative Director, Writer, Culture and Brand Consultant. He has delivered projects across the globe for some of the world’s biggest brands. Aligning the mission of a business with the aspirations of the people it needs to succeed, he helps clients to define their strategy, purpose, vision and values, in order to create a positive culture and deliver an on-brand customer and employee experience

KATE CHAPMAN 

With a deep knowledge of sustainability built on a varied business background, Kate’s focus is on helping businesses and other organisations to be a force for good and to focus on purpose beyond profit. She is a highly experienced OD and sustainability consultant, facilitator and trainer, used to working across organisations from board level to shop floor. She brings curiosity, energy, enthusiasm and a “big picture” outlook to clients – helping people see beyond their immediate team or organisational boundaries to examine the wider impacts they may have.

KIRSTIN KASZUBOWSKA

Kirstin has spent over 13 years as a PR and communications expert, blending creative and strategic thinking to tackle business problems, with clients including Virgin Money, Airbus, and the NHS. She has designed and delivered award-winning global communications campaigns and brand positioning work. Alongside working at Kin&Co, she is indulging in a Masters in Creativity, Innovation and Leadership.

POOJA SACHDEV

Pooja is an experienced organisational development (OD)/ HR consultant, author and expert speaker, passionate about helping people and organisations fulfil their potential. She has worked with a wide range of organisations from niche consultancies, film companies and public sector bodies to large multi-nationals in finance, pharma and manufacturing.  Her specialist areas include employee engagement/ experience, culture and change and diversity & inclusion. She is qualified in Occupational Psychology, Counselling and Coaching, and is co-author of ‘Rewire: A Radical Approach to Tackling Diversity and Difference’, published by Bloomsbury in 2015 and described by the FT as “the most refreshing approach to diversity I have read”.

BETSY REED

Betsy is a sustainability strategy and campaign consultant and independent associate of Kin&Co. She has spent the past decade leading big social and environmental behaviour change campaigns for organisations like Zero Waste Scotland, Forum for the Future and Nestle. Betsy is Chair of the Public Relations Consultants Association (PRCA) Sustainability Group. She also has a parallel career as a yoga teacher.

SARAH RANDALL

Sarah started her career in intercultural communication consulting, before moving to PR agencies in Paris and London where she worked on international communication campaigns with a focus on CSR initiatives and social impact programmes. Sarah has broad, multi-sector experience from finance to fashion, having worked with global brands such as Deloitte, RBS, Société Générale, LVMH, Novartis and Michelin, as well as many fast-growing social enterprises, B-corps and charities. Recently Sarah led the communications campaign for the European Commission’s Social Innovation Competition, to find impactful solutions enabling refugees to integrate into Europe. Having studied and worked in France and Brazil Sarah speaks fluent French and rusty Portuguese. She’s also an occasional florist.

VICTORIA PAGE

Victoria is a multi-award winning communications and corporate reputation expert, with experience working in global and boutique communications agencies for clients including: Sky, Unilever, Costa Coffee, Coca-Cola, O2, COP18, Jaguar Land Rover, Sony, Kellogg and Thai Union (owners of John West). She specialises in purpose and sustainability strategy and communications helping businesses to navigate challenging landscapes to find opportunity, to collaborate with the right people to drive positive change and to inspire leaders with the belief that their business can become a force for good. She recently worked with Sky to orchestrate their Ocean Rescue campaign to free our oceans from plastic waste.

SASHA FOX

As a communications professional, Sasha has four years PR and brand development expertise in award-winning creative campaigns, with her client category experience including CSR, sustainability, FMCG, startups, tech, music and charity. She previously worked in the Corporate Responsibility and Society team at Sainsbury’s, managing external comms across Sainsbury’s core values of health, sourcing, environment, sustainability and community.

SARAH FERRARI

Sarah Ferrari (no, not related and no, doesn’t own one) is an Art Director with over 10 years experience, specialising in branding, design for both print and web and illustration. She has worked with a diverse range of clients such as Disney, Whistles and the National Health Service.

CERI SCHOOLING
Ceri specialises in PR and strategic communications support in the charity sector. Ceri has come from a big agency background, including Ketchum and Weber Shandwick. Ceri’s most recent experience is at Bowel Cancer UK, where her campaign for Bowel Cancer Awareness Month generated almost 200 pieces of coverage.

HUGH KNOWLES

Hugh specialises in helping organisations develop new ideas and approaches to big sustainability challenges. In particular he likes to use futures thinking to challenge perceptions and inspire different thinking. Until recently he was Head of Innovation at Forum for the Future. He relishes the practical side of innovation and is launching sensor based ventures to tackle social and environmental issues through the IOT Academy where he is a Founder Director. His bike(s) would not fit in the picture.

IRENE PALACIO 

Irene is a London based Art Director who loves making her ideas reality, through illustration and design. She has a degree in Fine Arts from the Polytechnic University of Valencia and coursed one of the years at the Bauhaus University in Weimar. Apart from the most diverse range of clients, she has worked for a variety of organisations which promote positive change towards sustainability. Besides working, she worships the internet and always keeps her eyes open (as you never know where a good idea can come from).

JULIAN WALKER-PALIN

Julian is a recognised expert on environmental and social sustainability. He presents globally including at Cornell University, supported a key Foresight Project and is guest lecturer at Leeds University. His ethos of close collaboration and integrity are central to everything he does. He runs ETANTE, a specialist sustainability and communications consultancy founded on his belief that activity must enhance and protect a client’s business and profitability. This is backed up by nearly 20 years with Walmart-Asda and Tesco. ETANTE supports diverse brands such as the Co-operative Bank, Heineken and Nando’s, as well as policy makers like WRAP and UNEP.

JACQUELINE CULLETON

Jacqueline is a creative marketing leader with thirteen years of proven experience in telling compelling stories that bring about positive social and environmental change. Starting her career writing full-time for a British national newspaper, her last full-time position was as Head of Communications for international NGO Forum for the Future. Now freelance, Jacq helpd brands, agencies, and NGOs build loyal audiences, grow their industry influence, and achieve a measurable business or behavioural impact. Jacq’s very passionate about equality, sustainability and food issues in particular, and loves what she does – which is half the battle!

SOPHIE BROOKS

Sophie is a senior sustainability advisor with over 25 years’ experience in communications and CSR. Having worked client
side within the corporate sector (Microsoft, Jordans), agency-side (as CEO of a top 20 PR firm) and in the international development space (for award winning carbon project developer ClimateCare), her sweet spot lies in helping businesses to figure out and talk about how they can exist in harmony with the environment and communities in which they
operate. Over the years, Sophie has created CSR strategies for dozens of companies including The Body Shop, Swarovski, Coca-Cola Enterprises and the Jaguar Land Rover.
Sophie holds has an MSc Climate Change and Development and alongside her work at Kin&Co she runs her own advisory
consulting business advising smaller businesses on how they can integrate purpose into their core business strategies.

OUR ADVISORY BOARD

ANITA HOFFMAN

Anita lives and breathes purpose and values. As the founder of Executiva, a board advisory, executive search and coaching firm, she coaches leaders from every continent to be their most authentic, high performing selves. She’s a visiting fellow at Cranfield University’s School of Business Doughty Centre for Corporate Responsibility, where she’s produced ground-breaking work on purpose driven leadership. She’s held senior international executive roles in industry, with two of the Big Four consulting firms and was a partner at the premier Leadership Advisory & Search firm Heidrick & Struggles. Her wisdom, insight and thought provoking questions are invaluable to us.

NICK ELLERBY

Nick is a Co-Director at the prestigious Oasis School of Human Relations. He’s a trusted confidant to leaders, mentors, leading organisations, senior teams and change agents. He blends whole person approaches with an incisive capacity to work beneath the obvious whilst demonstrating a deep understanding of people, relationships and development. Nick is a trustee of the Oasis Foundation, Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts, a member of the custodian group for the Windsor Leadership Dialogue, works with the Swedish-based Foresight global task force, and is a Senior Advisor to the UNGC/EFMD Globally Responsible Leadership Initiative. Nick’s calm, curious and razor-sharp intelligence, coupled with humble style have helped us be far better than we thought we could be.

ROSIE WARIN
Rosie is CEO of Kin&Co and a multi award-winning change-maker. A recipient of the Suzy Ferguson Award, recognising exceptional ‘character, integrity and determination’ and once named as a PR Week ‘30 under 30’, Rosie has helped clients like TripAdvisor, WWF, Westpac, Innocent and Forum for the Future achieve their goals. She co-founded We Are Europe, an award winning Remain campaign for the EU Referendum vote that contributed in youth turnout growing from a predicted 32% to an unprecedented 68%. Rosie sits on the Corporate Advisory Board of Battersea Dogs and Cats Home, is a judge on the World Economic Forum/Effie Positive Change awards and is a One Young World Ambassador.

SALLY BAILEY

Sally’s our Chair. Her career spans over 25 years in the retail sector, working for many well-known high street fashion brands, including Topshop and Miss Selfridge. From 2004 until 2013 she was CEO and part-owner of the lifestyle fashion brand White Stuff, where she grew the company from being a small outdoor clothing retailer into the successful multichannel brand it is today. The company has been in the ‘Sunday Times 100 Best Companies To Work For’ list six years running. Now she advises brands like Braintree Clothing, The Able Label and Lisa Taylor and is Chair of the low-cost chain of veterinary practices, The Vet. She’s also Vice Chair of the charity The Eve Appeal and a mentor on the Fellowship programme of the Marketing Academy. Her expertise, steady approach and wise questions have helped us move forward faster and stronger than we thought possible.

BECCI GOULD

Becci is a results-driven Senior Account Director with over 8 years experience in communications and culture change. She’s worked with some of the world’s biggest brands and charities including O2, Danone and WWF on projects ranging from finding a unifying purpose, through to creating internal movements that drive employee engagement and business performance. Taking a behaviour change approach, she’s an expert in facilitating and engaging a range of audience groups; from lawyers to care workers. In her spare time, she enjoys running and fitness classes – and is a recent dog convert after trying out BorrowMyDoggy.

GEORGIE HOWLETT

Named as one of PR Week’s 30 under 30, Georgie has spent a decade running communications campaigns and crafting strategies rooted in audience insight. A self-proclaimed fan of efficient systems to deliver top quality work, happy teams and happy clients, she is Kin&Co’s head of operations. When she’s not running the ship, Georgie specialises in strategic communications and behaviour change initiatives. She has created communications strategies for numerous organisations including Anna Freud Centre for Children and Families and the National Osteoporosis Society, and has previously led activity for the likes of the National Trust, Girlguiding and learning disability charity FitzRoy.

MATT ROBSHAW

Matt is an experienced communications consultant with a background in corporate and consumer PR. As an enthusiastic advocate of the power of communications in creating tangible positive change, he has provided strategic consultancy for some of the world’s largest brands, including Airbus, DHL and Bosch.

Although adept at developing and delivering impactful media relations campaigns, Matt’s true passion lies in helping businesses to realise their purpose, as well as ways in which they can bring this to life, internally and externally. His disciplined approach to project management and energetic work ethic also translate to his love for judo and rugby, although the latter tend to produce more bruises.

EMILY ANTONIADI

Emily is an Account Executive at Kin&Co with over 4 years experience in social and environmental change campaigns – from gardening movements to girls’ education. Since joining Kin&Co she has focused on social impact communications, from a county-wide behaviour change campaign to reduce food waste to building a gardening movement in Somerset. Before joining Kin&Co, Emily worked in Medellín, Colombia as a research assistant for NGO Fundación E2E, working on projects in environmental conservation, education and peace.

JHANVI GUDKA

Jhanvi began her career in technology PR working at one of the country’s top 10 tech PR agencies across a range of corporate and consumer clients. However, it was while working on a number of integrated communications campaigns for the UK’s leading tech for good funder, Nominet Trust, that Jhanvi uncovered a true passion for social change. Being exposed to countless inspiring startups using technology to address some of the world’s most pressing problems made Jhanvi question what the world could look like if all tech innovations had purpose embedded in from the outset.
Outside of work, Jhanvi can be found with her head buried in a good book, blogging about social issues, swimming or (more often than not), at the pub!

ANNABEL FRITSCH

Annabel is an Account and Operations Manager at Kin&Co. With a background in legal editorial, Annabel found her passion for purpose-driven companies and social change through attending legal Trust Women conferences and seeing how global impact is possible through companies investigating their own structures, supply chains, and practices. In the past few years, Annabel has volunteered with the Women’s Equality Party, Enfield Refugee Welcome Group, and DePaul Charity UK to put her passion for social change into practice. In her free time, you can find Annabel reading in coffee shops and trying to soak up as much sun as England can offer.

JESSICA FERROW

Jessica joins Kin&Co with more than seven years’ experience in sustainability strategy and communications. She’s a firm believer in the power of business as a force for good and has helped some of the world’s most forward-thinking companies tell their story in an engaging and compelling way. As well as project managing creative campaigns, Jessica has written and consulted on sustainability reports for leading companies including IKEA, BT, Vodafone and SIG Combibloc.

After beginning her career in renewable energy and low carbon business, Jessica led on the design and implementation of Go Green Bristol, a business behaviour change programme that helped over 1,000 businesses improve their sustainable credentials during Bristol’s year as European Green Capital in 2015.

Jessica is a British national but has lived and worked in several different countries including France, Indonesia, Norway, the USA and Vietnam.

CHELSEA KING

Chelsea is a Senior Account Executive at Kin&Co with almost three years industry experience, both in-house and agency. Her past work covers a broad spectrum of consumer and corporate, including not for profit and charity and she is a believer in the power of strategic communications to facilitate positive change in business and beyond. Chelsea has previously helped address the skills deficit in one of the UK’s key industries, and has been involved with a mentorship scheme with BME PR Pros, an initiative that aims to promote BME diversity in the communications sector. Outside of work, you can find Chelsea indulging in fitness, fashion and food (though not necessarily in that order), creating anything from double chocolate fudge cake to dystopian fiction or spoiling Gary the rescue cat.

ALEX LYONS

Alex Lyons is a Communications and Culture consultant at Kin&Co with ten years experience in communications for social and environmental change – from responsible business to happiness campaigns. In recent years he has focused on helping organisations and individuals find and live by their purpose and values – working with O2, the Joseph Rowntree Foundation and professional services firm BWB. He’s also delivered training in interpersonal communications to neighbourhood police officers across the country with Police Now. Ask Alex – a comic book aficionado – about the fiction of Ursula K Le Guin, his famous triple chocolate brownies, or his work coaching speakers for TEDxCoventGardenWomen – a London TEDx celebrating gender equality.

JESSICA PELCHAT

Jessica is a Canada-based Director at Kin&Co. She brings a wealth of experience working at the intersection of business strategy, communications, and sustainability over the last decade, with companies like CPA Canada, Salesforce, and OCS along the way. She is driven by the transformation and growth of a purpose-driven business, and cares deeply about the people she works with – making sure that the serious work of social change also includes some playfulness, an occasional pun, and little moments of bold inspiration. Jessica is an advocate for women in leadership, and those with non-linear career/life paths.

MÉLISSA CALIXTE

Mélissa is a Canada-based Project Manager for Kin&Co. After a decade of design and management in the luxury goods industry, Mélissa launched a small business in rural Haiti, financially empowering a team of local artisans. She has since been specializing in helping businesses create and execute truly impactful purpose initiatives. Her latest clients include Canadian retailer Snuggle Bugz and luxury sneaker brand Uomo D’oro. Mélissa is passionate about uplifting and empowering vulnerable communities in a dignified way, while creating perfect alignment between a company’s ethos, culture, and social impact strategy.

VICTORIA HODGES

Victoria has a portfolio of work as an Associate Director, an independent Consultant, a Non-Executive Director and Charitable Foundation Trustee, with over 25 years experience in employee engagement, experience, culture change , organisation design, talent development, reward, recognition and purpose.

She works across a wide range of industries, including retail, aviation, consumer, housing and public sector; with global corporations, progressive start-ups, SME’s, Charities and Not For Profit organisations.

LAURA QUINN 

Laura’s fourteen-year career spans brand, non-profit and public sector communications, corporate sustainability and working with companies to define their purpose and positioning. She loves to operate in complex stakeholder networks and across global markets. So far she has worked with audiences including urban youth in London, parents across the UK, emerging middle-class consumers in Africa, factory workers in India, CEOs in Mumbai and cowboys in Texas. When not studying for her post-grad, she can usually be found with a minimally-packed suitcase and a pair of minimalist running shoes, looking for a new adventure.

FIONA BENNIE

Fiona helps organisations and brands to create future-proof strategies, innovation roadmaps and business models. She develops and uses future scenarios, foresight, insight and sustainability principles to build solutions that help organisations and brands thrive. Not just over the next few quarters, but in the long-term. Her career started in Italy at L’Oreal marketing, followed by the Design Council and some healthcare innovation work.

But the fun really started at Forum for the Future where she led innovation projects with clients such as Unilever, Bupa, Burberry, Suffolk County Council and the National Trust. She helped to develop many of the innovation approaches Forum use today and co-wrote a number of future scenarios across fashion, retail and the creative industries.

JAMIE HASKAYNE

Jamie is an award-winning Creative Director, Writer, Culture and Brand Consultant. He has delivered projects across the globe for some of the world’s biggest brands. Aligning the mission of a business with the aspirations of the people it needs to succeed, he helps clients to define their strategy, purpose, vision and values, in order to create a positive culture and deliver an on-brand customer and employee experience

KATE CHAPMAN 

With a deep knowledge of sustainability built on a varied business background, Kate’s focus is on helping businesses and other organisations to be a force for good and to focus on purpose beyond profit. She is a highly experienced OD and sustainability consultant, facilitator and trainer, used to working across organisations from board level to shop floor. She brings curiosity, energy, enthusiasm and a “big picture” outlook to clients – helping people see beyond their immediate team or organisational boundaries to examine the wider impacts they may have.

KIRSTIN KASZUBOWSKA

Kirstin has spent over 13 years as a PR and communications expert, blending creative and strategic thinking to tackle business problems, with clients including Virgin Money, Airbus, and the NHS. She has designed and delivered award-winning global communications campaigns and brand positioning work. Alongside working at Kin&Co, she is indulging in a Masters in Creativity, Innovation and Leadership.

POOJA SACHDEV

Pooja is an experienced organisational development (OD)/ HR consultant, author and expert speaker, passionate about helping people and organisations fulfil their potential. She has worked with a wide range of organisations from niche consultancies, film companies and public sector bodies to large multi-nationals in finance, pharma and manufacturing.  Her specialist areas include employee engagement/ experience, culture and change and diversity & inclusion. She is qualified in Occupational Psychology, Counselling and Coaching, and is co-author of ‘Rewire: A Radical Approach to Tackling Diversity and Difference’, published by Bloomsbury in 2015 and described by the FT as “the most refreshing approach to diversity I have read”.

BETSY REED

Betsy is a sustainability strategy and campaign consultant and independent associate of Kin&Co. She has spent the past decade leading big social and environmental behaviour change campaigns for organisations like Zero Waste Scotland, Forum for the Future and Nestle. Betsy is Chair of the Public Relations Consultants Association (PRCA) Sustainability Group. She also has a parallel career as a yoga teacher.

SARAH RANDALL

Sarah started her career in intercultural communication consulting, before moving to PR agencies in Paris and London where she worked on international communication campaigns with a focus on CSR initiatives and social impact programmes. Sarah has broad, multi-sector experience from finance to fashion, having worked with global brands such as Deloitte, RBS, Société Générale, LVMH, Novartis and Michelin, as well as many fast-growing social enterprises, B-corps and charities. Recently Sarah led the communications campaign for the European Commission’s Social Innovation Competition, to find impactful solutions enabling refugees to integrate into Europe. Having studied and worked in France and Brazil Sarah speaks fluent French and rusty Portuguese. She’s also an occasional florist.

VICTORIA PAGE

Victoria is a multi-award winning communications and corporate reputation expert, with experience working in global and boutique communications agencies for clients including: Sky, Unilever, Costa Coffee, Coca-Cola, O2, COP18, Jaguar Land Rover, Sony, Kellogg and Thai Union (owners of John West). She specialises in purpose and sustainability strategy and communications helping businesses to navigate challenging landscapes to find opportunity, to collaborate with the right people to drive positive change and to inspire leaders with the belief that their business can become a force for good. She recently worked with Sky to orchestrate their Ocean Rescue campaign to free our oceans from plastic waste.

SASHA FOX

As a communications professional, Sasha has four years PR and brand development expertise in award-winning creative campaigns, with her client category experience including CSR, sustainability, FMCG, startups, tech, music and charity. She previously worked in the Corporate Responsibility and Society team at Sainsbury’s, managing external comms across Sainsbury’s core values of health, sourcing, environment, sustainability and community.

SARAH FERRARI

Sarah Ferrari (no, not related and no, doesn’t own one) is an Art Director with over 10 years experience, specialising in branding, design for both print and web and illustration. She has worked with a diverse range of clients such as Disney, Whistles and the National Health Service.

CERI SCHOOLING

Ceri specialises in PR and strategic communications support in the charity sector. Ceri has come from a big agency background, including Ketchum and Weber Shandwick. Ceri’s most recent experience is at Bowel Cancer UK, where her campaign for Bowel Cancer Awareness Month generated almost 200 pieces of coverage.

HUGH KNOWLES

Hugh specialises in helping organisations develop new ideas and approaches to big sustainability challenges. In particular he likes to use futures thinking to challenge perceptions and inspire different thinking. Until recently he was Head of Innovation at Forum for the Future. He relishes the practical side of innovation and is launching sensor based ventures to tackle social and environmental issues through the IOT Academy where he is a Founder Director. His bike(s) would not fit in the picture.

IRENE PALACIO

Irene is a London based Art Director who loves making her ideas reality, through illustration and design. She has a degree in Fine Arts from the Polytechnic University of Valencia and coursed one of the years at the Bauhaus University in Weimar. Apart from the most diverse range of clients, she has worked for a variety of organisations which promote positive change towards sustainability. Besides working, she worships the internet and always keeps her eyes open (as you never know where a good idea can come from).

JULIAN WALKER-PALIN

Julian is a recognised expert on environmental and social sustainability. He presents globally including at Cornell University, supported a key Foresight Project and is guest lecturer at Leeds University. His ethos of close collaboration and integrity are central to everything he does. He runs ETANTE, a specialist sustainability and communications consultancy founded on his belief that activity must enhance and protect a client’s business and profitability. This is backed up by nearly 20 years with Walmart-Asda and Tesco. ETANTE supports diverse brands such as the Co-operative Bank, Heineken and Nando’s, as well as policy makers like WRAP and UNEP.

JACQUELINE CULLETON

Jacqueline is a creative marketing leader with thirteen years of proven experience in telling compelling stories that bring about positive social and environmental change. Starting her career writing full-time for a British national newspaper, her last full-time position was as Head of Communications for international NGO Forum for the Future. Now freelance, Jacq helpd brands, agencies, and NGOs build loyal audiences, grow their industry influence, and achieve a measurable business or behavioural impact. Jacq’s very passionate about equality, sustainability and food issues in particular, and loves what she does – which is half the battle!

SOPHIE BROOKS

Sophie is a senior sustainability advisor with over 25 years’ experience in communications and CSR. Having worked client
side within the corporate sector (Microsoft, Jordans), agency-side (as CEO of a top 20 PR firm) and in the international development space (for award winning carbon project developer ClimateCare), her sweet spot lies in helping businesses to figure out and talk about how they can exist in harmony with the environment and communities in which they
operate. Over the years, Sophie has created CSR strategies for dozens of companies including The Body Shop, Swarovski, Coca-Cola Enterprises and the Jaguar Land Rover.
Sophie holds has an MSc Climate Change and Development and alongside her work at Kin&Co she runs her own advisory
consulting business advising smaller businesses on how they can integrate purpose into their core business strategies.

OUR ADVISORY BOARD

ANITA HOFFMAN

Anita lives and breathes purpose and values. As the founder of Executiva, a board advisory, executive search and coaching firm, she coaches leaders from every continent to be their most authentic, high performing selves. She’s a visiting fellow at Cranfield University’s School of Business Doughty Centre for Corporate Responsibility, where she’s produced ground-breaking work on purpose driven leadership. She’s held senior international executive roles in industry, with two of the Big Four consulting firms and was a partner at the premier Leadership Advisory & Search firm Heidrick & Struggles. Her wisdom, insight and thought provoking questions are invaluable to us.

NICK ELLERBY

Nick is a Co-Director at the prestigious Oasis School of Human Relations. He’s a trusted confidant to leaders, mentors, leading organisations, senior teams and change agents. He blends whole person approaches with an incisive capacity to work beneath the obvious whilst demonstrating a deep understanding of people, relationships and development. Nick is a trustee of the Oasis Foundation, Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts, a member of the custodian group for the Windsor Leadership Dialogue, works with the Swedish-based Foresight global task force, and is a Senior Advisor to the UNGC/EFMD Globally Responsible Leadership Initiative. Nick’s calm, curious and razor-sharp intelligence, coupled with humble style have helped us be far better than we thought we could be.

Work with us

We are looking for the world’s brightest and best professionals to join us. We’re currently hiring for an Intern, a Director/Product Owner of Find and Live Services, and a Communications Account Director. Take a look at these exciting roles and email annabel.fritsch@kinandco.com to apply.

What can you expect from us? An inventive, creative company with global clients and a start-up culture. Our approach values productivity, not face time, and champions a healthy, happy workplace.

What will we expect from you?

An inherent belief in the power of people to do good, some serious skills and ambition, and an attitude in line with our values.

Learn more: info@kinandco.com

Contact our UK or Canada offices:
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