I work exclusively with not-for-profit clients and have provided PR and marketing services to a wide range of charities, including Marie Curie Cancer Care, Mind in Mid Herts, Hertfordshire Hearing Advisory Service, and The Horse Trust.
Unlike the majority of PR agencies and freelance PR consultants that work with charities:
I set up Acorn PR in 2007 when I saw the poor value that many charities were getting out of their PR agency. In 2009, I was shortlisted as a finalist in the Hertfordshire Business Awards for my role in setting up Acorn PR and providing affordable, ethical PR to charities.
Before setting up Acorn PR, I worked for over 10 years in a variety of marketing-related roles in the private and voluntary sector, including as as Communications Manager for international development charity Computer Aid and as a journalist and editor for leading technology news site CNET. A published author, I hold a 1st class MA in Biological Sciences from the University of Oxford.