Louise Robey has almost 40 years’ experience in business including 24 at the BBC. She started in the retail sector at Marks & Spencer, but later moved into broadcast production, communications & change, management, live events and public affairs.
Louise has worked in the private, public, education and charitable sectors, so she’s well networked, multi-skilled and versatile when it comes to helping organisations transform and engage more widely with their customers/audiences.
Her background and connections built up over the years means she can bring together some of the best experts to offer insights into an range of campaigns including broadcast, social media, web development, PR, events and change management.
Louise is passionate about ‘giving back’ and mentoring so over the years she’s worked with charities such as Children in Need, BBC Media Action, The Caron Keating Foundation, Limb Care and she was a trustee of Max’s Foundation. She has also spent six years as a governor and chair of special needs (Education) at a state school in north London.