KPMG appoints BBC internal comms boss Clare Lucraft

Auditor KPMG has appointed director of internal comms at the BBC Clare Lucraft as UK head of corporate comms.

Clare Lucraft: move to KPMG
Clare Lucraft: move to KPMG

Prior to her role at the BBC she held various comms roles including head of internal comms at Cadbury Schweppes.

Lucraft said: "I’m excited about bringing the internal communication and PR disciplines together to continue building KPMG’s reputation with clients and employees as a leader in both professional services and corporate responsibility."

The auditor has also appointed Sorrelle Cooper to the post of head of press office. Sorrelle has been with the company for five years and previously worked at consultancy Deloitte and agency Penrose (now MHP). 

Lucraft will report to Marianne Fallon, UK head of corporate affairs at KPMG, who said: "KPMG in the UK has ambitious plans for growth and, as we engage with our 11,500 staff and the outside world, the communications team has a vital role to play in achieving that goal."

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