She’s led on national and international communications campaigns on human rights issues, such as supporting LGBT and gender equality, to managing policy communications for the UK government on Brexit, trade and the economy under both the Obama and Trump administration. Prior to moving to DC, she was the Head of Politics, Press and Public Affairs for the British government, covering the South East U.S. In Georgia, she worked for the state government, including the Governor, Lt. Governor and state Senators. She began her career as a journalist, including briefly reporting for Voice of Mongolia from Ulaanbaatar.
She currently sits on the British American Business Association’s Board as chair of their young professionals’ network in DC. She has a Bachelor of Science in Journalism and Electronic Media from the University of Tennessee and a Master of Art in International Relations and Global Diplomacy from Lancaster University in the UK.