Champollion, a public policy communications consultancy, has recruited Conservative political commentator Jo-Anne Nadler to head up its planning comms division.
Nadler will sit on the company’s board alongside non-executive directors David Hill, former director of comms for Tony Blair, Craig Morley, founder of Challenge, and Ian Wright, director general of the Food and Drink Federation.
Her experience covers political communications and journalism. She has worked in media and comms for the Conservative Party and as programme maker and reporter with the BBC.
Estelle McCartney, Champollion MD, said: “The arrival of Jo-Anne marks an exciting new chapter for Champollion as we look to grow our planning offer and deepen our public affairs expertise. She is one of the country’s most experienced Conservative political communicators and we are thrilled to welcome her to the business.”
Nadler added: “I am delighted to come on board as a director to head up Champollion’s new planning comms division as well as bringing Conservative perspective, knowledge and contacts to the team’s established expertise.”