Emma is a Director at LCA, having joined in July 2008, and has worked on a diverse range of clients and briefs.
Emma is the lead director on health at LCA and has extensive experience of the NHS and other health clients. She has recently been working for King’s College Hospital NHS Trust and in 2016 provided strategic consultation and communications advice to NHS NEW Devon CCG around their proposals to reconfigure local health services, as part of the Success Regime.
Emma is also currently providing communications and stakeholder engagement advice and support for VU.CITY, Salmon Harvester, Brentford FC and City West Homes.
At LCA Emma has worked on corporate and project level communications strategies, large scale community consultations, stakeholder engagement, campaign management and media relations. As a Director, Emma is responsible for leading on each of these clients on a day to day basis and providing strategic advice at a senior level. Emma also contributes articles to LCA’s weekly e-magazine LDN – London in Short.
Emma graduated from Exeter University in 2000 and from there trained as a local journalist before moving across to PR, in the press team at the Environment Agency and then London Elects at the GLA.
Emma is a Member of the Chartered Institute of Public Relations, has a diploma in Public Relations and is a keen runner.
A keen runner Emma is often found persuading people – even clients – to join LCA's Running Club. Exploring the big outdoors is certainly her passion enjoying frequent camping holidays. These now tend to be based around the UK after she was joined at breakfast time by a brown bear on a trip to New England.