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'''Kirsty McNeill''' is the former Campaigns Director at the charity [[Save the Children]] who took over as Director of Policy and Advocacy in succession to [[Brendan Cox]] in September 2015. She leads teams to galvanise the public and influence policymakers on humanitarian action, global development and help for children in the [[UK]].<ref>[https://www.bond.org.uk/movers-shakers/kirsty-mcneill "Kirsty McNeill"] 28 May 2015</ref>
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'''Kirsty McNeill''' was a trusted aide of [[Gordon Brown]]; she worked as his adviser in charge of external affairs.<ref>http://www.independent.co.uk/news/people/pandora/pandoras-people-to-watch-in-2010-1854453.html?action=gallery&ino=13</ref>.
  
Previously, she founded [[ThembahHQ]] and advised the senior leadership of some of the world's leading charities. Clients included [[ActionAid]], [[Amnesty International]], [[Christian Aid]], [[IPPF]], [[ONE]], [[Oxfam]], [[Stonewall]], [[Teach First]] and [[Unicef]]. Before that she spent three years as a senior [[Special Adviser]] to Prime Minister [[Gordon Brown]], leading Number 10's work on stakeholder management, equalities, faith, non-traditional communications and political speechwriting.
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She spent three years as a senior [[Special Adviser]] to Prime Minister [[Gordon Brown]], leading Number 10's work on stakeholder management, equalities, faith, non-traditional communications and political speechwriting.
  
 
She came to Downing Street having led the policy and influencing work of [[DATA]], [[Bono]] and [[Bob Geldof]]’s advocacy organisation, in the UK, [[Germany]], [[France]], [[Italy]] and the [[EU]] institutions. Before joining DATA she was on the board of [[Make Poverty History]] and managed the [[Stop AIDS Campaign]], successfully negotiating a commitment to universal access to AIDS treatment from the 2005 [[G8]].
 
She came to Downing Street having led the policy and influencing work of [[DATA]], [[Bono]] and [[Bob Geldof]]’s advocacy organisation, in the UK, [[Germany]], [[France]], [[Italy]] and the [[EU]] institutions. Before joining DATA she was on the board of [[Make Poverty History]] and managed the [[Stop AIDS Campaign]], successfully negotiating a commitment to universal access to AIDS treatment from the 2005 [[G8]].
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She is also the former Campaigns Director at the charity [[Save the Children]] who took over as Director of Policy and Advocacy in succession to [[Brendan Cox]] in September 2015. She leads teams to galvanise the public and influence policymakers on humanitarian action, global development and help for children in the [[UK]].<ref>[https://www.bond.org.uk/movers-shakers/kirsty-mcneill "Kirsty McNeill"] 28 May 2015</ref>
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Previously, she founded [[ThembahHQ]] and advised the senior leadership of some of the world's leading charities. Clients included [[ActionAid]], [[Amnesty International]], [[Christian Aid]], [[IPPF]], [[ONE]], [[Oxfam]], [[Stonewall]], [[Teach First]] and [[Unicef]].
  
 
Today she is on the board of the [[Holocaust Educational Trust]] and is a member of the [[European Council on Foreign Relations]].<ref>[http://www.savethechildren.org.uk/about-us/who-we-are/our-leadership "Save the Children: Our CEO and Executive Directors"]</ref>
 
Today she is on the board of the [[Holocaust Educational Trust]] and is a member of the [[European Council on Foreign Relations]].<ref>[http://www.savethechildren.org.uk/about-us/who-we-are/our-leadership "Save the Children: Our CEO and Executive Directors"]</ref>
  
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Latest revision as of 06:36, 11 April 2021

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Member ofEuropean Council on Foreign Relations
Trusted aide of of British PM Gordon Brown;

Employment.png Director of Policy and Advocacy,  Save the Children

In office
September 2015 - Present

Kirsty McNeill was a trusted aide of Gordon Brown; she worked as his adviser in charge of external affairs.[1].

Downing Street

She spent three years as a senior Special Adviser to Prime Minister Gordon Brown, leading Number 10's work on stakeholder management, equalities, faith, non-traditional communications and political speechwriting.

She came to Downing Street having led the policy and influencing work of DATA, Bono and Bob Geldof’s advocacy organisation, in the UK, Germany, France, Italy and the EU institutions. Before joining DATA she was on the board of Make Poverty History and managed the Stop AIDS Campaign, successfully negotiating a commitment to universal access to AIDS treatment from the 2005 G8.

Charities

She is also the former Campaigns Director at the charity Save the Children who took over as Director of Policy and Advocacy in succession to Brendan Cox in September 2015. She leads teams to galvanise the public and influence policymakers on humanitarian action, global development and help for children in the UK.[2]

Previously, she founded ThembahHQ and advised the senior leadership of some of the world's leading charities. Clients included ActionAid, Amnesty International, Christian Aid, IPPF, ONE, Oxfam, Stonewall, Teach First and Unicef.

Today she is on the board of the Holocaust Educational Trust and is a member of the European Council on Foreign Relations.[3]


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