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Jo-ann Robertson

Deputy CEO at Ketchum

London, United Kingdom

About Me

Jo-ann has over 13 years experience working in strategic communications agencies. She began her career as a Labour Party political activist and a TV reporter in Scotland.  

Jo-ann spent 8 years at Weber Shandwick, rising to be Managing Director of the Corporate and Public Affairs team, she joined Ketchum in 2011 and is now Deputy CEO of the London office. Her extensive experience has seen her working on a wide range of clients including MasterCard, P&G, Philips, Nissan, BNFL, Nestlé, EDF Energy, UNHCR, the University of Central Lancashire, LSBU, and many others.  

Having worked in journalism, politics and public relations, Jo-ann has the ability to offer clients a truly 360 degree perspective to meet their specific needs. Her experience has given her a strong understanding of how key stakeholders and influencers think both in the UK and globally. This enables her to offer strategic insights that inform a strong communications strategy alongside tactics that can positively improve an organisations reputation with real business impact.

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