Various members of the National Trust team write for our blog. Here’s a quick who’s who of our regular bloggers…
Richard is the External Affairs Director at the National Trust.
Adam is a Senior External Affairs Adviser at the National Trust. He focuses on planning, infrastructure, and coastal issues, and also leads on parliamentary relations for the team. Prior to joining the Trust Adam was Government Affairs Manager at the Campaign to Protect Rural England, and before that an adviser for the Welsh Liberal Democrat parliamentary team.
Steve is HS2 Project Officer for the External Affairs team at the National Trust and leads on communications for the project. Prior to this Steve spent four years in the National Trust press office working on environmental stories after spending two years as a broadcast assistant for BBC Bristol. You can follow Steve on Twitter (@StevePField)
James is a Senior External Affairs Adviser at the National Trust, with a focus on energy and campaigning. James was previously an adviser for the Liberal Democrats on Energy and Environmental Issues. He has also worked in the private sector as a political consultant specialising on energy and clean technology and been the Head of Campaigns for the environmental and development charity People & Planet as well as being the National Secretary at the National Union of Students. James is on Twitter (@_JamesLloyd).
Chloe heads up the Fit for the Future Network, which links up practitioners from land and property owning organisations to share experience and advice on sustainability projects.
Before moving to London, Chloe worked in Bristol producing events for BIG Green Week and supporting European Green Capital campaign. She also spent a few years organising community food festivals across the South-West which championed the benefits of supporting local traders, eating seasonally and good home-cooked food. @F4F_Network.
Louise is Campaigns Assistant at the National Trust and is responsible for how we effectively communicate our advocacy work.
Before joining the Trust, Louise worked for the Government of Western Australia in the Department of Regional Development. There she was part of a team responsible for delivering the Royalties for Regions programme, which grant funded projects to facilitate economic and social development in regional communities across Western Australia.