Judges

The Corporate Engagement Awards is judged by a panel of sponsorship, partnership and CSR experts. Below are our esteemed panel for our 2020 awards. If you would like to judge the Corporate Engagement Awards please email cat.price@communicatemagazine.co.uk

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Dean Anderson

ActionAid

Deputy Director of Partnerships and Philanthropy

Dean Anderson

ActionAid

Dean has almost 25 years’ experience in the charity sector, mainly in human rights and international development. His previous experience includes running high value partnership teams at Amnesty International and ChildHope. He joined ActionAid in October 2016 and is incredibly proud to be part of a dynamic, ambitious and passionate team who are committed to changing the world.

 

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Thomas Ball

WWF

Head of Partnerships

Thomas Ball

WWF

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Becky Ettinger

Natural History Museum

Head of corporate partnerships

Becky Ettinger

Natural History Museum

Head of corporate partnerships

Becky is Head of Corporate Partnerships at the Natural History Museum where she leads the team responsible for securing and managing relationships with corporate partners, harnessing the great breadth of opportunity the Museum has to offer business, supporting the work of the Museum, and delivering a strong return on investment for all parties.

Previously, Becky spent 13 years at Comic Relief where she led and developed the charity’s long term strategic partnerships that encompassed sponsorship, merchandise development, cause-related marketing, employee fundraising and licensing.

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Simon Humphrey

ARM

Senior manager, Sustainability

Simon Humphrey

ARM

Senior manager, Sustainability

Simon is a Senior Manager in the Sustainability Team at Arm Limited where he has worked since 2013. He leads on external reporting and sustainability governance at Arm including local community investment strategy and charitable giving. Simon has worked within sustainability and corporate responsibility since 2008, prior to which he specialised in risk management at PricewaterhouseCoopers for 12 years working across Europe, Asia and Africa. Simon is currently the Chair of Trustees at the Cambridgeshire Community Foundation and on the Board of Trustees of the Engineering Development Trust. In March 2018, Simon was appointed an HRH The Prince of Wales Ambassador for the Industrial Cadets in the UK.

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Henrietta Jones

British Red Cross

Deputy head of corporate partnerships management

Henrietta Jones

British Red Cross

Deputy head of corporate partnerships management 

 

Henrietta Jones is the deputy head of corporate partnerships at the British Red Cross and has over 10 years’ experience in shaping and delivering high profile, long term corporate partnerships, both nationally and globally.

In her current role, she leads the account management team and is responsible for overseeing the delivery of high quality partnerships that focus on areas including employee engagement, social responsibility, marketing communications and strategic partnership activities. 

Prior to this, Henrietta worked with big names spanning the retail, legal, insurance and automotive industries, building successful and award-winning partnerships through maximising collaborative opportunities to deliver impact.

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Matthew Leopold

LexisNexis

Head of Brand, PR and content

Matthew Leopold

LexisNexis

Matthew is a brand reputation specialist.  With a background in PR and branding, he has extensive experience using sponsorship, partnerships, CSR and PR to bring brand stories to life.  He has led brand, CSR and sponsorship teams for a number of blue chip companies, including British Gas, Centrica and Lexis Nexis (Part of RELX plc).  He has also led global brand for US tech giant, RingCentral.  Matthew is a non-executive director of the European Sponsorship Association – furthering the role of sponsorship across Europe.

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Edward Sharman

Help for Heroes

Senior manager – corporate partnerships

Edward Sharman

Help for Heroes

Senior manager – corporate partnerships 

Edward is Head of development at the RAF Museum. The Museum are committed to using their collections to share the story of the Royal Air Force and its people. Their vision is to inspire everyone with the RAF story - the people who shape it and its place in our lives.

Having worked for a number of national charities ranging from the RSPCA, RAF Benevolent Fund to The Eve Appeal and Help for Heroes has given him a good insight into the corporate world and wider fundraising and CSR. In addition, he has worked in In-House on partnerships including COTY for Deutsche Bank and Nomura giving an insight into CSR from both sides including partner selection. Edward specialises in multi-tiered partnerships as well as Cause Related Marketing having worked with companies including Aston Martin, Breitling, P&G & HP.

 

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Kesah Trowell

Dixons Carphone

Group head of corporate responsibility

Kesah Trowell

Dixons Carphone

Group head of corporate responsibility

Kesah Trowell is group head of corporate social responsibility for Dixons Carphone and has over 23 years of experience in marketing communications, public relations, corporate social responsibility, employee engagement and sponsorship. Working within Europe’s biggest technology and electrics retailer, Kesah created a CSR function from scratch - and on a relative shoestring - by leveraging ground breaking collaborative sponsorship opportunities to deliver tangible results across a number of metrics – and has picked up a number of prestigious communications awards and accolades along the way, including a Corporate Engagement Award in 2013.