JUDGES

The judging panel for the Corporate Content Awards is made up of leading industry experts who are based in in-house and agency roles. If you would like to judge this programme, please send a bio for consideration to lauren.ditcher@communicatemagazine.co.uk 

Below you can see who represented the 2019 Corporate Content Awards panel.

 

Ann Booth-Clibborn
Story coach and executive producer
Story Coach London

Ann is a corporate story coach, and television producer. She has made several primetime features shows for the BBC and Channel 4, including the ground breaking Changing Rooms, and the notorious You Are What You Eat.

In 2011 Ann set up Storycoach to pursue a new mission – to unlock the natural storytelling skills of people in business, because once we know how to engage an audience we are much more likely to succeed in our objective.

Ann is a trainer and a facilitator working with businesses and individuals. Her clients are extremely varied and include LOROL, Dune Shoes, Molson Coors, Barclays Bank, and Quarto Publishing.

Den Carter
Colleague Communications Channels and Content Lead
British Airways

Den has been instrumental in driving employee engagement within various household names in the travel and leisure sector, specialising in digital transformation and brand immersion. He believes the gold standard communication channel is face-to-face, and that digital channels should support and encourage real life conversations, not diminish them. Having led award-winning teams through change programmes, Den recently joined British Airways. His broad remit includes helping leaders embrace the direct link between employee engagement, customer satisfaction and operational performance, as well as rebuilding the airline's colleague communications channels from the ground up.

Rachel Cooper
Director of global content strategy and editorial
GSK

As director for global content strategy and editorial at GSK, Rachel leads on digital storytelling for the global healthcare company’s global corporate channels. Her team commissions, co-develops and edits content for the corporate website and intranet, as well as social media. Previously, Rachel led external communications for GSK’s global health initiatives.

Prior to joining GSK, Rachel was a journalist. She completed The Telegraph’s multimedia graduate training scheme and stayed on as a business reporter, covering the healthcare industry and the daily market report for both print and digital. Previously, Rachel has worked in Westminster, the NHS and an international NGO.

Brian Cooper
Executive creative director
Aesop Agency

Brian has over 23 years experience in creating business transforming ideas in both the advertising and digital space. He’s won numerous awards for many clients including Unilever, Vodafone, Sony, Virgin, MasterCard, Audi, Land Rover and the Government. He creatively led Dare to Campaign’s digital agency of the decade, and has even done a stint at Apple.

Brian is passionate about telling stories in a hyper-connected world.

Marie Dosiere
Chief storyteller
Architas

Carmel Hayes
Head of content and digital
VisitBritain

Frederikke Hoff
Head of content
Expedia Inc.

Sarah Leccacorvi
Head of content
O2 (Telefónica UK)

Sarah joined O2 4 years ago to lead the creation and development of their integrated campaign plan. Now, Sarah heads up the content team to ideate the strategy and creative across all facets of the O2 brand, resulting in O2 creating some of its most talked about content. This includes music and sport, Priority, launch of devices and propositions as well as b2b communication. Previously, Sarah worked in creative agencies, mainly Leo Burnett working on well-known retailers and international FMCG brands.  Sarah was also Editor of their monthly journal, interviewed live on TV and regularly provided soundbites for various media titles.

Neil Maidment
Head of content and editorial
InterContinental Hotels Group

Neil is responsible for helping create engaging and informative content for one of the world’s biggest hotel groups, delivering strategic communications concerning IHG’s brands, performance, business and senior leadership. Neil has worked at IHG since 2015. Prior to that he was an award-winning journalist, spending almost a decade working in newspaper and radio, and with Reuters, first on the sports desk and then financial news. His favourite things are sport, films and family time. 

Susan McKenzie
Content editor
Deloitte

Susan is Content Editor for Deloitte in the UK and is responsible for producing the Impact Report: the firm’s annual report demonstrating the difference Deloitte makes for clients, people and society. She also leads Deloitte North West Europe impact reporting team. Susan advises on, and writes, executive communications and works with the PR, internal communications and corporate marketing teams to align corporate messages and strategy. In addition to her communications role, Susan also teaches business writing at Deloitte. She previously worked in event-driven equity sales and is a former newswire journalist.

Graça Morgado
Head of content
BAE Systems

Jack Preston
Senior content lead
Virgin Group

Jack Preston is Senior Content Lead at Virgin Management, where he oversees the Virgin Group’s social media channels and the content published on virgin.com. During his time at Virgin Jack has been responsible for developing and delivering the Group’s content strategy, creating the Virgin podcast portfolio, rolling out their successful guest blogger programme and supporting the strategic development of key Virgin projects and businesses through content and physical activations.

Sarah Robertson
Editor
HSBC NOW

Tim Rutter
Head of internal communications and community liaison
Tata Steel UK

Tim has worked for Tata Steel, Corus and British Steel for 29 years in a variety of Communications, Marketing and PR roles. In his current role includes responsibilities for internal communications for the Strip Products hub in Port Talbot and Llanwern in Wales as well as for the Tubes, Packaging, Colors and Electrical Steels businesses, which span geographies.

Alongside this Tim is also responsible for the Community Relations programme supporting communities around all the UK sites, and for local media relationships and crisis management.

Chris Scott
Head of corporate communications
London Sport

Chris is Head of Corporate Communications for London Sport, overseeing the agency’s media, PR, strategic communications and external relations activities. Having worked in the sport sector since 2013, Chris previously managed the Media and PR brief for the national gender equality charity, Women in Sport, where he led the development of the inaugural Women’s Sport Week campaign as well as the charity’s wider media lobbying efforts.

A passionate advocate for the role of effective communications in achieving social change, Chris’ early career was spent establishing the marketing and communications function for a boutique professional services firm.

Ryan Taylor
Head of digital
City, University of London

Ryan is head of digital in the marketing and communications department of City, University of London.  He leads a team that specialises in all aspects of digital marketing: online advertising, search marketing, social media, web content strategy, marketing and governance, CRM, e-commerce, analytics and performance.  Ryan and his team are currently addressing the impact of the multi-device era on City’s digital presence, messages and content across the customer journey.

Lee Thomas
Head of content
Dyson

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