Beth Andlaw joins the Collective from her previous role as Head of Third Sector at The PHA Group. A former director at Grayling, Andlaw brings expertise in issues-based campaigning and is passionate about the power of communicators to push for social change.
Beth Andlaw said:
I’m delighted to be joining Campaign Collective. The ethos of the Collective means that we can work on the campaigns that really matter – providing communications support at a realistic cost to organisations striving for social change.
Campaign Collective members share an incredible wealth of experience across the third and public sector and I’m excited to be working alongside them.
Helen Donohoe was Director of Public Policy at Action for Children before returning to university to study novel writing. Now a published novelist and copywriter, Donohoe will provide senior strategic counsel as well as offering writing and communications coaching experience as part of Campaign Collective’s commitment to helping organisations creating a better society to build their own capacity.
Helen Donohoe said:
Campaigning for change is more important than ever, so I’m thrilled to be joining such an enterprising, values driven group of talented people.
Simon Francis, Founder Member of Campaign Collective, added:
More and more skilled campaigners are viewing the Collective as an opportunity to deliver high-impact creative campaigns while working for an award-winning ethical organisation that delivers a public benefit. That is why our membership has increased five-fold in just two years.
We are delighted that Beth and Helen are bringing their expertise to the team and look forward to working with them both.