Founded 17 years ago, our team are specialists and thought leaders. Drawing on decades of experience working on the frontline delivering research, communications and consultations for national and local government, charities and businesses, we continue to deliver the best for every client: insight and interventions that make a real difference.
Having set up TCC in 2001, David leads on our work on effective communication. As former Assistant General Secretary of the Labour Party 1999-2001, he had responsibility for the organisation of the 2001 General Election campaign. He now works across the political spectrum with local authorities, health and third sector bodies.
“I particularly enjoy learning about what drives behaviour and working with clients to implement insight-based policies and practice.”
Aline manages the business and leads on our public consultation and hard to reach engagement. A change and engagement specialist, with over 20 years’ experience working in the public, political and voluntary sectors, Aline has developed a number of innovative engagement approaches with us including the pioneering Young Mayor model of democratic participation. She is MRS and CIPD qualified.
“There’s so much to enjoy in this role: the data geek in me loves turning complex information into meaningful insight; the problem-solver in me loves developing creative solutions to clients’ problems; and the advocate in me most enjoys helping people without a voice influence decisions that affect their lives.”
With more than 10 years’ experience in communications and behaviour change, Rachel is responsible for leading and developing our health portfolio. In her time at TCC, Rachel has worked across the NHS organisations, charities and local authorities. Rachel is a member of the Chartered Institute of Public Relations and the Association for Healthcare Communications and Marketing.
“When we involve people who otherwise might not have their voice heard in the design and delivery of services, campaigns and consultations. I am always amazed at the ideas, contributions and generosity of spirit we find amongst the people we work with.”
Daniel leads TCC’s strategic insight projects. He has over 8 years experience providing research and communications consultancy for public and third sector clients.
He has specific interest in using insight to help clients develop more effective campaigns, improve community cohesion and change behaviour. He specialises in mixed methods research, applying techniques such as psychographics to deliver insights that can help achieve positive social impact.
“I enjoy working with clients to help them better understand and connect with their audiences .”
Peter is an experienced consultant with a background in research, campaigns and public affairs. He has extensive first-hand knowledge of local government and politics, including spending a number of years as a council leader. Peter holds a Master's Degree in Social Sciences from the University of Southampton and a project management qualification from the Association for Project Management.
“Knowing that the work we do is helping improve the way organisations deliver for their stakeholders is hugely motivating.”
After researching urban action in the Netherlands and Jamaica, Sam joined our team in January 2019.
He applies his anthropology background to our qualitative research and co-production methods, specialising in young and seldom-heard groups. Alongside co-ordinating our team of field researchers, Sam helps develop interventions to meet our clients’ cohesion challenges.
“When we're trying to squeeze the greatest impact from our work there's a chance for people to regain trust in the state working for them. ”
Emma Jane Morrison
Emma has supported a range of projects since joining in October 2019, drawing on her Sociology and Criminology background to add value to our public engagement and communications work. She has a particular interest in migration, cohesion and social marketing.
“I really enjoy the variety of work at TCC, you never know what kind of project you may be working on. I also love knowing the work I am doing is helping to create change within communities.”
Since joining the team in October 2019, Kimberley has been primarily working on community cohesion and engaging young people around knife crime. A recent graduate from SOAS with a Master’s in Globalisation and Development, Kimberley has a background in research and communications with a particular focus on migration, gender issues and economic inequality.
“Knowing that all of our projects are making a socially positive change is the best part about working at TCC, but I especially enjoy getting into the field and gaining an in depth understanding of issues through focus groups and interviews .”
Charlie was a civil servant in the Treasury in Whitehall for 16 years and a local Councillor for 20 years serving on a regeneration board and Community Health Council. His wide-ranging knowledge of community engagement across local government, health and housing sectors through active hands-on involvement over the last 30 years
“I most like taking on completely new research challenges.”
Laura Deambrogio came to London 20 years ago from Italy, having worked as a Finance Manager in there she started out in the UK with Cantor Fitzgerald on the trading desks before moving to Bloomberg as a Analyst Financial Journalist and Presenter, she now specialises in finance and office management support for SME's.
“The thing I enjoy most about my job is learning about new finance software packages and working with people in the office.”
Rob brings to the team experience from people focussed roles, working at Elmwood Nursing Home, Croydon Co-operative and Sainsbury’s. Rob has been awarded his NVQ level 2 in Business and Administration.
“I like getting everyone in the office involved, and greeting new people, and, when I have time, staying up to date with the latest in politics and the news.”
Graeme joined TCC eight years ago and alongside having managed the business, specialises in public consultation and engagement. Over the past few years he has delivered major public consultations on controversial issues such as local library and hospital reconfigurations as well as children centre closures.
“I’m happiest when working with communities and people on their experiences and making sense of them for our clients.”
Chris delivers our work on social cohesion, as well as building our knowledge of qualitative research, policy and communications. He has a particular interest in Values Modes and community engagement.
“I like the company’s open-minded and intellectually curious approach.”
Nick is an experienced public speaker, speech writer and policy maker. His previous roles include adviser to the Rt Hon Gordon Brown MP, Labour Party Assistant General Secretary covering Policy and Campaigns, economic consultancy and NHS management. Nick leads on our Values Modes polling and other innovative research such as social network analysis.
“I love learning about and working with people's motivations to come up with solutions that work for all.”
Once ambulanceman and theologian, now communications expert; after working 15 years in the NHS Mark now runs his own company providing communications, PR and engagement support. A winner of the national NHS award for “Best Communications Improving Patient Care”, Mark has managed positive and negative stories on a regional and national basis and led large scale and local engagement programmes.
“I enjoy using communications strategies to better involve people and exercise influence.”
Everyone was very helpful and willing to adapt to changing circumstances. Your suggestions were very helpful in helping us to define what we really wanted to achieve!Alison Trew, Head of Corporate Policy and Performance, London Borough of Enfield
We engaged TCC to provide insight, strategic and operational advice, support and delivery. They undertook a thorough review of our entire communications operation. We would have no hesitation in using them again.Mags Young, Assistant Chief Executive Derbyshire County Council
During the Meeting the Challenge consultation we gained feedback from all sections of the community, this would have been far more difficult without the help of The Campaign Company. Their help in interpreting this for the CCG boards was invaluable. I would definitely recommend them for this type of work.Jeanette Miller, Transformation and Engagement Lead, Wakefield CCG