Victoria has thirteen years’ experience in public affairs, strategic communications and media relations, advising a range of organisations in sectors including education, healthcare, food and drink, property, sport and leisure. She joined iNHouse from a leading global advisory consultancy and has worked with clients ranging from multinational firms to UK FTSE 100 companies and not-for-profits, including AstraZeneca, Landsec, Travis Perkins Group, Betfair, Nottingham Trent University and Octopus Group.
In addition to her consultancy experience, Victoria previously ran PR and communications for The Jockey Club Eastern Region which included delivering some of the UK’s biggest sporting events. Victoria began her political career working for a Conservative MP in Parliament; prior to this she completed the British Horseracing Authority’s Graduate Programme which included some time as a horseracing journalist for the Press Association.
Victoria has been extensively involved in industry groups including serving as Vice Chair of the CIPR’s Public Affairs Committee, sitting on the Women in Public Affairs Executive Committee and serving as a member of the British Horseracing Authority’s Diversity in Racing Steering Group. Victoria has a degree in English from Exeter University.