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Thank you to the following for sharing their experience and expertise and helping to shape the ‘Beyond the Organogram’ blog series: Caroline Bernard, Head of Policy and Communications, Homeless Link; Annabel Davis, Head of Communications and Marketing, Mind; Ali Day, Director of Communications, Prostate Cancer UK; Lucy Devine, former Director of Communications for a national equality charity; Daniel Fluskey, Head of Policy and Research, Chartered Institute of Fundraising; Joe Jenkins, Director of Supporter Impact and Income, The Children’s Society; Felicity Lowes, Head of Health and Social Care, Ellwood Atfield; Matt Horwood, Director of Communications and Campaigns, akt; Laura Mason, Head of Marketing and Communications, The London Wildlife Trust; Dan Metcalfe, Head of Brand and Communication Campaigns, Wellcome Trust; Kate Nightingale, Head of Marketing and Communications, Crisis; Annabel Prideaux, Practice Lead (third sector), Taylor Bennett; Claudine Snape, Deputy Director: Communications; The National Deaf Children’s Society; Kristopher Gravning, Manager, Aleron; plus contributors who wished to remain anonymous.

15 December 2020
In our recent soundings with charity comms team leaders, several cited a stronger audience focus as the driver for a team re-structure. Others shared insights around how to achieve this through team culture and different ways of working. Here’s how some charities are approaching this goal...
1 December 2020
The world has moved on since CharityComms last looked at comms team structures in 2015, and original plans to update the research were affected by the pandemic. But knowing how relevant this is for many of you right now we have worked with our partners at RandallFox to take soundings from members with recent experience […]