Kelly is an award winning strategic marketer, communicator and researcher with significant experience working at a senior level delivering research programmes and creative and effective marketing strategies for household brands, government departments and public sector clients.
Kelly’s passion and specialism is in behaviour change campaigns, purpose, sustainable marketing and communications, corporate social responsibility (CSR) and social business aims.
Kelly has advised the government on climate change adaptation in business and authored two government reports on climate change. In addition, Kelly has authored reports on alcohol harm reduction, obesity and healthy towns, smoking prevalence and e-cigarette use amongst children, teenage pregnancy and health inequalities. She recently delivered a new Government research report in partnership with Design Council to promote healthy placemaking, supported by cross-party MP's in the wake of Grenfell and in response to the growing obesity epidemic.
Educated to masters level (MBA), Kelly is also a member of the Chartered Institute of Marketing (Chartered Status) and Market Research Society and is a Google alumni.
Finally, Kelly has developed social marketing tools and resources that have been published and used globally and her work is published in six international journals. She is also a regular speaker at national conferences and universities and a regular guest on BBC radio.
Out of work Kelly spends a lot of time on the coast – walking her dog Joey.