Meet The Team

Meet Our Team

Jon Chandler

Jon is CEO of Quiller.

He has decades of experience integrating reputation into business strategy, building powerful campaigns and coaching leadership teams. He led the Communications and Public Affairs teams in Europe, Eurasia and the Middle East at the Coca-Cola Company and Eastman Kodak.

He is a Chair of PRCA Council and Past Master of the City of London Company of Public Relations Practitioners.

Aleksandra Bakowska

Passionate for sustainability and transparency she is eager to experiment and has hands on approach to research as well as delivery of key insights to develop meaningful innovations and strategy.

Liliana Bermudes

Her experience also includes leading the Communications team and designing content and format on innovation & sustainability for workshops and events in a think tank in Sao Paulo, and had previously worked with multinational companies on international mobility projects.

Her current research is on Systems Thinking & Open Innovation applied to the intersection of businesses and international development.

Mitchell Coen

Mitchell has worked on a range of sensitive and politically challenging international issues across financial services, technology, media and travel.

Chloe Combi

She has worked at the London Mayor’s Office, advising on youth policies and worked with both the Conservative and Labour Party in the UK.

Her education charity, Write Club, has joined forces with a major London charity and is expanding to raise scholastic standards for 5000 people over the next five years.

She was educated at Oxford University.

Matt Day

His political interests include Brexit, Foreign Policy, Financial Services and Tax policy. Matt has a First Class Honours in Politics BA from the University of Essex.

Lucy Ferguson

Liam FitzPatrick

As well as supporting global organisations undergoing substantial change and transformation, he is particularly interested in making teams more effective.

A strong facilitator and trainer, he advises on structures, guidelines, procedures and tools. He is the lead author of the best-selling book Internal Communications; a manual for practitioners. He has also written widely on communications issues and frequently teaches at universities.

Helen Gardner

Mark Hutcheon

Prior to that he was a Partner at specialist reputation management consultancy ReputationInc in London where he enjoyed eight years advising clients on corporate affairs strategy including Whitbread, Brown Forma, Herbalife, Diageo, BAE Systems and Travelodge.

He co-founded Stakeholder Communications in 2004 with Tom Kelly in London after six years with Drury Communications in Ireland working on financial and corporate communications for Irish plcs. He began his career in politics in Belfast for Lord Trimble.

Mark speaks regularly on communications, is a lifelong Arsenal fan and is swimming the English Channel as part of a relay team this year

Howell James CBE

Justine McGuinness

She successfully directed a global public affairs programme to address issues relating to the use of gold in funding unlawful armed conflict and terrorism, when she worked for the World Gold Council. Justine also managed the campaign to find Madeleine McCann, after her disappearance in 2007.

While working for the Rt Hon John Bercow MP as his Special Advisor, she led the Speaker of the House of Commons’ special commission, considering the effects of the digital revolution on democracy and public engagement. She has a MA in Public Policy and Management.

Dominic Morris CBE

Dominic has extensive experience in regulatory affairs at a national and international level, across financial services, telecommunications and media.

Alasdair Murray

As Director of CentreForum, the leading liberal think tank, he led work on national and international financial regulation, economic policy, public services reform and migration and democratic change.

Emma Nicholson

She wrote her dissertation investigating cultural identity and social media technologies in an East and Southeast Asian context. Her professional interests include social media marketing, corporate wellness, employee well-being and health trends.

Emma is currently working alongside other consultants on several Public Relations and Communications projects.

Mark Scott

He also co-chaired the Marketing and Communications Forum at the British Chamber of Commerce Beijing; and speaks Mandarin.

Ann Summerhayes

In her role as Executive Producer she has secured and managed lucrative corporate sector contracts including Johnson & Johnson, Barclays and Control Risks as well as commissions from the third and public sector including NHS, Shelter, Macmillan and the Refugee council.

Ann demonstrates strong managerial and creative capabilities which she will bring to the role of Executive Producer.

Jaime Tai

As a designer and writer, Jaime’s work has been featured in publications such as LS:N Global, Core77, PSFK, WGSN and Inhabitat. She is also an expert in trend forecasting and material research.

Sheila Thompson

Matt West

Former board member of the Association for the Measurement and Evaluation of Communications (AMEC). Matt is an active member of the City of London Company of Public Relations Practitioners. He currently holds the position of treasurer.

Quiller believes in deploying its expertise to make a difference both collectively and individually. We champion industry issues and support programmes that we personally care about.

We are founders of a movement established by the PRCA and Social Enterprise UK to foster  social enterprises in the creative and corporate affairs sector.

This results in excellent, authentic work for our clients and positive social impact, as the enterprises re- invest more than half their profits into relevant social causes, such as the development of young filmmakers from disadvantaged backgrounds.

We work with ELBA, the East London Business Alliance, to support schools in East London with reputation management and provide career development for students from East London universities.

Our team supports a diverse range of charitable and social initiatives on an individual basis. 

These include High Ground, a  charity that provides horticultural therapy to wounded servicemen; MacFarlane Trust which provides financial help and other support to haemophiliacs who were infected with HIV via NHS blood transfusions during the 1970s and 80s;  British Future, a charity which seeks to improve the debate around migration, identity and opportunity and of London Works, a social business.