Campaign Collective welcomes communications and coaching expert as new member

Campaign Collective is delighted to welcome communications expert Jo Tilley-Riley as its latest member.

Jo joins the Collective after spending six years as Director of Fundraising and Communications at Hestia, where she was instrumental in the launch of the Safe Spaces scheme. She is an expert in social sector strategy and communications, having led the communications team at Big Society Capital, and has worked as a communications consultant to social sector organisations as well as running a small digital agency that she helped to found.

Jo also offers transition coaching for people from the social sector and for women from all sectors who are returning from maternity leave.

Jo began her career as a fundraiser with The Irene Taylor Trust ‘Music in Prisons’ before moving into strategic communications. She has been a Trustee of Pro Bono Economics and was Chair of Relate London SE. She is a Clore Social Fellow 2015 and as part of her Fellowship was seconded to the Independent Anti-Slavery Commissioner. In 2022 she qualified as a coach with Meyler Campbell.

Jo commented: 

“Never in my career has it felt more important that the ideas and innovation of the charity and social sector are heard. I am delighted to join the creative and committed team at Campaign Collective to continue working with individuals and organisations to deliver social impact.”

Sarah Colombini, Campaign Collective founder member, added:

“We’re so pleased to welcome Jo to Campaign Collective as our newest member. I supported the Hestia team with interim support last year so I know first hand the wealth of experience and skills that she has. With Jo as a new member we will be able to support a wide range of campaign partners across the social sector.”

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