Craig has over 20 years’ experience in public affairs and corporate communications and has advised a wide range of clients from global firms to leading UK PLCs. Craig first worked in Parliament as an adviser between 1993 and 1996. In 1998 he joined LLM Communications, a new public affairs consultancy which grew to become one of the largest public affairs consultancies in the UK.
Glyn has over the last 12 years worked for a number of leading think tanks such as Policy Exchange, Civitas and the TaxPayers’ Alliance. He has written publications and articles on a wide range of issues including UK/EU relations, crime and justice, labour market reform, energy and taxation policy. He has previously served as a former special adviser for the Conservative Party on Home Affairs and as an aide to 2 Conservative MPs.
Olivia graduated from the University of Birmingham in June 2016, with a BA in History and Political Science. She joined Oakhill Communications in October 2016, She has previously undertaken several internships across the sector, including at a leading US based public affairs company, one of the UKs best known independent consultancies, a leading single issue campaign group, as well as the Department of Health.
Alex graduated from the University of Sheffield in 2014 with a MA in Politics & Law. He joined Oakhill Communications in January 2018, after spending just under three years at the Industry and Parliament Trust (IPT). There, Alex was responsible for the IPT’s Fellowship programme which provides MPs and Peers with a unique insight into business and industry working across a number of sectors from energy, defence and health to finance, the arts and manufacturing.
Joe graduated from the University of Birmingham in 2019 with a BA in Political Science and Philosophy. He joined Oakhill Communications in October 2019 with a strong academic background in politics.
Joe has undertaken internships at reputable companies across a range of sectors, including in the technology, investment banking and public relations sectors.