01 | ABOUT
Kate Fielding MCIPR, Chart.PR, FRSA
Kate’s background is shaping and steering integrated communications and brand strategies for leading public-sector organisations.
As Head of Strategic Communications at the Natural History Museum, she helped deliver some of the most successful communications campaigns in the museum's history, and a 17% increase in visitor numbers.
She has led media, digital, marketing, internal comms and events teams to grow and enhance the reputation of high-profile and influential organisations from the Institute of Cancer Research to the General Medical Council and Imperial College London.
Today, she provides senior-level advice and practical know-how to help organisations achieve profile, positioning and impact through brand and communications. Her focus is on the cultural, charity, science
and education sectors, and professional/membership bodies.
Kate is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts, a Member and Chartered Practitioner of the Chartered Institute of Public Relations (CIPR) and a judge for the CIPR Excellence Awards. She is also a Lay Trustee of the British Society for Haematology.
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