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The Art of Engagement
Afternoon Workshops

Workshop 1: Planning a Public Campaign

Helen Collinson - Campaigns Strategy Lead, Christian AidHelen Collinson, Christian Aid
Campaigns Strategy Lead at Christian Aid and a member of the Steering Group of The Climate Coalition, Helen's experience of campaigning on human rights and social justice spans over thirty years. Of late, she has managed Christian Aid’s public campaigns on tax justice and on climate change.



Daniel Mazliah, Head of Media Relations, ScopeDaniel Mazliah, Scope
Daniel Mazliah is Scope’s Head of Communications and Campaigns. He oversees Scope’s press office, internal and stakeholder communications and campaigns and leads on the successful End the Awkward campaign. He was previously Head of Media at Scope, joining the organisation in 2011.



Workshop 2: Measuring Digital Impact

Mick Conroy - Head of Insight and Innovation, TemperoMick Conroy, Tempero
Mick Conroy is Head of Insight and Innovation at Tempero. A computer scientist, software developer, and journalist for Condé Nast, Wired UK and GQ, his is a unique perspective on the technology and storytelling that underpin social media.



Workshop 3: Engaging Ambassadors

Miranda Nagalingam - Artist Liaison Manager, Comic ReliefMiranda Nagalingam, Comic Relief
Miranda manages artist involvement across Comic Relief, building and maintaining relationships with high profile entertainment artists, engaging and educating them about the work Comic Relief does. She also project manages artist involvement and activities across Comic Relief.



Holly Monks - Artist Liaison Officer, Comic ReliefHolly Monks, Comic Relief
Having worked on numerous Sport Relief and Red Nose Day campaigns, Holly has helped to secure 100s of artists for national media, challenges, TV, events and everything in between. Holly’s role requires her to manage multiple projects and oversee artist engagement from initial plans to delivery.



Hayley Richardson-Roberts - Communications Manager, Time to ChangeHayley Richardson-Roberts, Time to Change
Hayley is the Communications Manager at Time to Change, England’s biggest mental health anti-stigma programme run by the charities Mind and Rethink Mental Illness. Having worked at Time to Change for three years, Hayley oversees the PR and communications for the whole programme.



Workshop 4: Writing for Multi-platforms

Alexis Akwagyiram - Multimedia Journalist, BBCAlexis Akwagyiram, BBC
Alexis is an accomplished journalist with over 10 years of experience working in print, online, radio and TV, specialising in Africa and its diaspora, social affairs and identity politics. Alexis also provides consultancy services around digital storytelling and audience engagement.