iNHouse Communications, a full service public affairs and communications agency based in the heart of Westminster today announces the appointment of Luciana Berger as CEO.
Commenting on the appointment, Luciana said:
“I’m excited to be joining iNHouse and lead this fantastic team. I have long admired the business from afar, and often witnessed first-hand the personalised, dedicated service the agency offers.
“There is so much to offer clients, especially in these tumultuous times. I am particularly looking forward to working alongside Katie – her ambition and energy is infectious.
“As the agency enters into the next phase of growth, I can’t wait to get stuck in”.
Executive Chair & Founder of iNHouse Communications and former Director of Communications at No.10 Downing St, Katie Perrior added:
“As an experienced political leader, campaigner and Westminster insider, Luciana already has an enviable CV spanning several decades. Her arrival at iNHouse coincides with a period of sustained growth led by a motivated team.
“With a razor sharp political mind that is respected across the political divide, Luciana was the obvious choice to take iNHouse forward.
“Our complimentary backgrounds, skills and networks will be put to good use as we continue to focus on excellent client delivery. It is important to me how Luciana shares the same approach to company ethos, culture and values.
“I’m thrilled to have this opportunity to work together and know she will be a terrific asset to the business”.
Luciana will assume her responsibilities as CEO from the 10th October.
ENDS – for further information, please call iNHouse Communications on 0207 240 7338 or email@example.com
About iNHouse Communications
For over a decade, iNHouse has brought together experts with the right knowledge, experience and skillset to deliver high-impact strategic advice alongside creative campaigns which produce award winning results, often in the most difficult of situations. Clients span several sectors including education, tech, transport, food and drink, infrastructure, energy and luxury goods and include Diageo, Openreach, L&G, Food & Drink Federation, Scotch Whisky Association, UK Spirits Alliance, Alstom, Getir, LVMH, Octopus and Global Radio. iNHouse won the CIPR Public Affairs Campaign of the Year in 2020.
Luciana Berger biography:
Luciana is Chair of the Maternal Mental Health Alliance, an advisory board member of the Money and Mental Health Policy Institute, Vice-President of the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy and Vice-President of the Jewish Leadership Council.
Until recently, Luciana was Managing Director of the Public Affairs and Advocacy practice at the UK’s largest communications agency, Edelman, where she specialised in health, sustainability, energy and food and drink policy.
Before joining Edelman, Luciana served as the Member of Parliament for Liverpool Wavertree for almost a decade. During her time in the House of Commons, Luciana held prominent front bench and back bench roles. Between 2010 and 2016, she was the Shadow Minister for Energy and Climate Change, Shadow Minister for Public Health and Shadow Cabinet Member for Mental Health. From 2016-19, Luciana was a leading member of the Health and Social Care Select Committee.
Before entering Parliament, Luciana worked for Accenture advising government departments including the Prime Minister’s Delivery Unit, the Treasury and Department of Culture, Media and Sport. Luciana previously worked at the NHS Confederation as the organisation’s government and parliamentary manager and was Director of the Labour Friends of Israel.
Luciana was featured in the 2019 Vogue 25 – a list compiled by British Vogue of ‘high-powered and visionary women whose work is shaping Britain’s future’. Luciana topped the Evening Standard’s ‘Progress 1000’ 2019 list – the annual celebration of London’s most influential people. She featured in PR Week’s Powerbook 2021 and the Mace Top 100 Political Consultants Index 2021.