Anil is a communication expert, specialising in writing and messaging. He has worked as a journalist and producer, occupying a variety of senior roles across television, online news, and radio. He has worked as an advisor and communications consultant to peak bodies, corporates, member-based organisations, policy think tanks, super funds, politicians, and health advocacy organisations.
Anil has written and placed hundreds of op-eds and speeches for his clients, many of which have had a serious impact on the national debate. He has directed numerous multi-channel campaigns, and assisted in framing, preparing, and landing hundreds more news stories and media appearances on behalf of his clients.
Suze Metherell provides insights into the modern news media landscape, having worked as a television, online and print journalist in London, Australia, and New Zealand. She has covered assignments throughout Europe as the London-based reporter for Australian Associated Press.
She has a keen understanding of economics and markets, having worked for the newswire BusinessDesk in Wellington, where she pioneered an online video strategy. Suze has a Postgraduate diploma in journalism from Auckland University of Technology and a Bachelor of Arts from the Australian National University.
Nick is a communication expert who specialises in media relations, crisis communication, narrative framing, and message development. Nick has consulted to dozens of Australian and international organisations. He has launched successful campaigns into the public domain, and also managed communication through crises and conflicts such as judicial inquiries, intense industrial disputes, and leadership change.
Nick began his career as a journalist working with the ABC and AAP, reporting on politics and business and also serving as a newsreader, and executive producer. He has recently worked at the Geneva-based Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria, coordinating global communication efforts.
Stewart Prins is an experienced writer, media professional, and campaigner. Over the past 20 years Stewart has worked as a reporter with the Hobart Mercury, speechwriter and media adviser to the Premier of Tasmania, National Communications Coordinator at the Australian Workers' Union, and as a communications and campaign consultant to a wide range of member-based organisations.
Along the way Stewart has been the invisible voice behind many public figures in Australian life. He has ghost written articles and speeches for high profile politicians, business leaders, union officials, sports stars, and community activists. Stewart has also written scripts for videos, television commercials, and for live radio. Stewart has won several PR industry awards for his successful advocacy campaigns.