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.

Lucy Ferguson

Her client work has ranged  from large corporates to small social enterprises with budgets and deadlines to match.

Daniel Baird

He started his career at the Red Consultancy, Quiller’s sister agency in Huntsworth, and has since led accounts for a wide range of innovative, fast-growing companies, including in the technology, financial services, retail and aviation industries. 

Marta Kozielska

Marta graduated in Anthropology from the London School of Economics and Political Science, including a period of study in public policy and international business at the University of California, Berkeley, where she gained comprehensive knowledge in intercultural leadership and international relations.  She is a CIM (Chartered Institute of Marketing) Level 4 Professional Marketer.

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.