Look who's talking: Speaker Biographies
Find our more about the Chairs and Speakers at Communicate 2018: The Art of the Possible
Dr Thomas Appleby
Associate professor at UWE and trustee and head of legal affairs at the Blue Marine Foundation
Account Manager at Greenhouse PR, an agency working exclusively for clients in the environmental sector who use the power of communications to drive social and environmental change
Central communications team leader at The Wildlife Trusts, one of the UK’s largest nature conservation charities.
Lecturer and researcher in Science Communication at UWE Bristol. Laura currently manages the communications for the EU environmental project ClairCity
Former staff reporter at The Sun and head of Only Crisis, a division of Beattie Communications and one of the UK’s leading providers of reputation management
Executive Producer of production studio, Kaleider. Kaleider makes installation, live performance and digital work.
Deputy CEO of the UK Association for Science and Discovery Centres, founding director of Explorer Dome
Head of the DEFRA 25 Year Environment Plan (YEP) delivery team, Marsha also has oversight of the year of green action 2019
Senior Programmes Manager at the Natural History Consortium, which ran the most successful City Nature Challenge 2018 in Europe
The National Trust’s Trusts Natural Environment lead in the South West. Alex is is currently helping to shape a nature and access Strategy for the SW Coast
Founder and CEO of the award-winning charity Hubbub UK, which transforms the way environmental messages are communicated
Sidharth has spent the last 20 years creating strong, resilient brands such as The Thali Cafe, Shambala Festival and his latest offering KIN
Public Relations Manager at the Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust. He also sits on the national committee of the Natural History Consortium.
Senior consultant at Traverse, Tim is currently studying the barriers and enablers to environmental volunteering amongst 16 to 24 year olds as a project for Defra
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Avon Wildlife Trust
Bath & North East Somerset Council
BBC Natural History Unit
Bristol City Council
Bristol Zoo Gardens
University of Bath
University of Bristol
University of the West of England
Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust
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