PRWeek UK Power Book: Top ten in public sector comms

PRWeek's UK Power Book reveals the PR professionals who lead the way in their respective areas. Today, we list the top ten comms pros from the public sector.

(l-r) Aiken, Enright and Wren make up the public sector comms top three
(l-r) Aiken, Enright and Wren make up the public sector comms top three

The man in charge of the Government Communication Service gets top billing in our public sector list, which includes important players from other key government departments, as well as the police, local authorities and the BBC, among others.


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The full top 10 (click on the names for full profiles):

1. Alex Aiken – Executive director, government comms, HM Government

2. Simon Enright – Director of comms, NHS England

3. Simon Wren – Director of comms, Home Office

4. Martin Fewell – Director of media and comms, The Metropolitan Police

5. John Shield – Director of comms, BBC

6. David Holdstock – Director of comms and strategy, Local Government Association

7. Richard Caseby – Director of comms, Department for Work & Pensions

8. Amanda Coleman – Head of corporate comms, Greater Manchester Police

9. Arun Arora – Director of comms, Church of England

10. Matt Brown – Director of news, Transport for London


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