Anne Arnold is a communicator with an interest in strategy. She offers a powerful mix of experience from journalism and PR to copyrighting, corporate positioning and brand development. She enjoys helping organisations hone their communications efforts, allowing them to clearly define, articulate and position themselves. Her skills can help you stand out in crowded market places, gain new audiences and influence opinion.
During her career to date she has worked for the Cabinet Office, been seconded to Downing Street’s strategic communications unit, worked in newsrooms as a journalist, internationally in strategic communications for the British Council and in the UK managing a national press office for a lobbying organisation. For the past two years she has worked at The University of Manchester as a communications manager on a wide variety of external and internal strategic projects. Recent key areas of interest including looking at how we engage with staff and support the employee experience.
Jamie Brown is an award-winning communications professional with experience of managing teams, campaigns and overseeing a mix of social media and internal and external communications. He has extensive experience of the higher education sector, having worked at the Universities of Salford and Liverpool prior to joining Manchester as a media relations officer in 2014. Since then he has helped grow media coverage in target outlets and regions, with a particular focus on the University's key research beacons. He is currently Head of Communications at Manchester, leading a team of internal communications and media relations professionals, as the University develops its new strategic vison and plan.