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Our team includes proven commercial negotiators, best-in-class consultants and leading sports lawyers drawn from the sports and professional services sectors.
Robert co-founded The Sports Consultancy in 2006 and is responsible for the growth of our rights holder, event consulting, host city, government and legal teams. Robert’s work focuses on enhancing commercial models and major event formats, gathering impact data, articulating returns on investment and selling hosting rights using state of the art due diligence tools, through our industry leading competitive tenders to iconic cities around the globe for some of the world’s most recognised events.
Robert also creates major event strategies, event calendars and manages major event bids for our city and government clients.
Robert also oversees the growth and development of our legal team and has created our regulated law firm The Sports Consultancy Legal and our independent Global Investigations service.
Robert trained at one of the world’s largest law-firms, Linklaters in the 1990s and qualified and practised there as a litigator for 4 years. He joined the British Olympic Association as its head of legal through the Sydney Olympic cycle and the early days of the London 2012 bid. Robert then became a partner at the international law firm Farrer & Co., where he worked in the firm’s commercial sports group (ranked no.1 in the UK for 5 consecutive years for its sponsorship work) advising sports rights holders and international federations.
Robert became global director of the Laureus Sport for Good foundation distributing commercial funding from founding patron brands to projects around the world using sport for social change.
Robert’s recent work includes advising the IAAF, the BIE (World Expo), the IOC, World Rugby, European Professional Club Rugby, the Volvo Ocean Race, the America’s Cup, the International Equestrian Federation and the city of Gothenburg, the regional government of Flanders and the city of London in relation to sporting and major entertainment events.
When Robert’s not running bids and event projects for major federations and governments, he’s out running the streets of north London, clocking up the middle distance training miles to scrape a few 10ths off his 800m time for the GB masters team.
Angus has worked in the sports industry for over 25 years having successfully made the transition from professional sportsman to the one of the leading strategy consultants and commercial negotiators in the sector. During that time Angus and Robert have grown The Sports Consultancy from start up to 40 strong team and cemented the company’s position as one of the leading independent consultancies in sport and entertainment. Angus specialises on asset and event creation and the commercialisation of rights having worked with events ranging from Volvo Ocean Race generating over €200m revenues from new and existing rights revenues to the creation of new events like Ride London and leading on commercial work with rights holders such as FIBA, The America’s Cup, FEI, ICC, World Rugby. Having trained as a lawyer and worked as an oil and gas litigator early in his career, Angus is well known as a creative and practical deal maker.
Matt leads the Consulting team at The Sports Consultancy. He works with rights holders, cities and brands to optimise their events, commercial assets and hosting relationships. His recent client projects include The Ryder Cup, Rugby World Cup, FIBA World Cup, FEI World Equestrian Games, Formula E, IAAF, Rugby League World Cup, Volvo Ocean Race, European Professional Club Rugby Finals, Gotëborg & Co, VisitFlanders and Isle of Man TT.
Prior to joining The Sports Consultancy, Matt spent 11 years with Deloitte, where he delivered transformation projects for some of their largest clients across Europe, North America and the Middle East. Matt also spent 2 years with LOCOG, the organising committee for London 2012, where he took a lead role in designing and delivering the operational readiness integration programme.
Alison joined us after a successful career at Synergy Sponsorship and brings over 30 years’ experience in sponsorship consultancy and brand activation. On behalf of a broad range of brands, she has advised and negotiated sponsorships across both sport and entertainment, national and international – art, athletics, awards, charities, Commonwealth Games, festivals, football, mass participation, music, Olympics/Paralympics, rugby, sailing, shows, venues and even snow golf.
She leads the process from consultancy through to the activation planning and her track-record in award winning campaigns demonstrates her strategic and innovative approach to campaign planning. She brings insight into the broader activation objectives that a brand requires to integrate a sponsorship to deliver maximum brand and business value.
Marc joined in February 2015 to spearhead our developing Rights Marketing department. Marc has since built up the TSC rights holder representation offering, winning contracts from UK Athletics, London 2017 World Athletics Championships, The IAAF World Indoor Athletics Championships Birmingham 2018, The European Indoor Athletics Championships Glasgow 2019, Team GB, The NEC Group, UCI Road World Cycling Championships Yorkshire 2019 and The FEI amongst several blue chip Federations, Teams and Events. Marc and his TSC team have recently packaged up and brought in multi year sponsors for these Properties such as Muller, Co-op Bank, Co-op Supermarkets, BP, Strathmore ( AG Barr) Baxters, and many others.
Following a successful career in media sales management for blue chip Magazine Groups, a move to The Millennium Dome ( NMEC) in 1998 took Marc into the world of sponsorship. From there Marc joined Alan Pascoe’s Fasttrack in 2000 and built a team successfully selling a range of exclusive UK Olympic Sport rights, headed by UK Athletics. Marc also led on raising record breaking National Partner revenues for a string of International Athletics and Swimming Championships staged in the UK. Marc also brought in the multi year title deal of Balfour Beatty for The London Youth Games, Europe’s largest Youth multi sport event, as well as Thames Water as title sponsor of their annual Regatta. Marc moved in Jan 2011 to join SMAM ( Sports Marketing and Management) to spearhead, alongside the SMAM CEO, all the sponsor sales for The Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games, embedded in the Organising Committee and bringing in almost 50 national and global commercial partners to exceed the OC target.
Marc also served, in his spare time, as a Wandsworth Councillor for two four year terms until 2010, and fought Central Ayrshire, Scotland as a Parliamentary Candidate in the May 2015 UK General Election. He is Vice Chair of London Youth Games as well as a Non Exec Board Member of The British Athletics Supporters Club.
Marc served as a (non- exec) board member of GB Taekwondo during the key Olympic period 2010- 2013, which saw the sport achieve Gold in London.
Dermot qualified as a chartered accountant with Arthur Young McClelland Moore (now part of Ernst Young) and has many years director level experience across the leisure, retail and service industries. Dermot has held both executive and non-executive roles and has been responsible for fund raising for a number of businesses, both equity and debt and managing the exit processes for investors.
Dermot was CFO of Loyalty Management UK, the owner and operator of the Nectar Programme and Finance Director of Pinnacle Health and Leisure. He has also spent time working as Director of Resources for WWF-UK, a large non-governmental organisation working across the globe to protect the environment.
Dermot’s role at The Sports Consultancy is to assist the business in developing and executing its plan for the future. Dermot has been an active participant in sport for fifty years and today his principal interests lie in triathlon, cycling and golf.
Ashley is a highly experienced sports and media lawyer and board and executive committee member of the British Association of Sport and Law (BASL). He assists The Sports Consultancy’s clients in relation to commercial legal, governance and strategic matters across a number of projects, including event bidding, venue procurement, sponsorship, the production and exploitation of media rights, investigations and regulatory issues. Ashley has previously worked in the sports group at international law firm Bird & Bird as well as within the in-house legal teams of global media and entertainment organisations Modern Times Group (owner of Viasat Broadcasting and Bet24), the Financial Times and HMV Group. Ashley is also a keen water polo player and can be found in his spare time treading water in swimming pools around the country.
Simon began his career at Sport England in 1999 where he worked in the Lottery Strategy Unit, monitoring and evaluating the company’s progress against the 1999-2009 funding strategy. In 2002, he moved into consultancy and worked on a range of high-profile projects, including an 18-month secondment with Elmbridge Borough Council project managing the Elmbridge Xcel Centre leisure PPP and a secondment with World Cup Barbados Inc. In the latter role, he spent three-and-a-half months as Cricket and Facilities Manager for WCB’s successful bid to host the final of the 2007 Cricket World Cup.
In 2007, Simon moved to Capita Symonds Sport & Leisure, where he was primarily responsible for major event work, as well as delivering business planning and procurement support to local authorities. High profile projects included the 2015/2017 World Athletics Championships Feasibility Study for London, the 2014/16 European Swimming Championships Feasibility Study for London and 2015 Eurobasket Feasibility Study, as well as the first joint leisure management contract procurement in the UK (for Guildford and Woking Borough Councils).
He joined The Sports Consultancy as a Director in January 2012 and has continued to deliver a range of high profile projects, including the procurement for British Cycling of a new Delivery Partner for the Tour of Britain from 2014-18, the feasibility study and bid support for Scotland’s successful submission to host the 2019 Solheim Cup, the feasibility study for the new Scottish National Performance Centre for Sport (now Oriam, opened in 2016) and economic impact appraisals for the 2016 and 2017 EPCR Champions and Challenge Cup Finals and the 2017 IAAF World Cross-Country Championships.
Tom is responsible for leading the growth of The Sports Consultancy’s venue development capability, establishing the team as a leading consultancy in the development of significant sport and leisure facilities and venues. He has delivered commissions for many clients including central and local government, national governing bodies of sport, universities, developers, architects and other consultancies. He has over 15 years’ experience in the sport and leisure sector, focussing on the development of capital projects.
Tom began his career at Sport England, where he worked on the development and assessment of capital projects. From Sport England he moved to the Big Lottery Fund where he was a programme manager leading the development and delivery of the £750m Physical Education and School Sport Programme. He then moved to consultancy, rising to become an Associate Director within Capita’s Sport & Leisure Consultancy team, before joining The Sports Consultancy in 2011.
Chris began his career in the City, working in management buy-outs and corporate acquisitions for Royal Bank of Scotland and NatWest financing. Completing a number of sport and leisure related deals sparked a professional interest in sport and he moved to a specialist leisure consultancy PMP in 2003.
Before joining the Sports Consultancy Chris was an Associate Director with Capita Symonds Sport & Leisure. He led the consultancy’s management and procurement work. In 2011 Chris completed the procurement of an operator for Guildford Spectrum – the largest public leisure centre in the UK – as part of the first ever joint procurement process on behalf of Guildford and Woking Borough Councils.
Chris focuses on two key areas of consultancy work: leisure management procurement and venue facility feasibility. He has delivered projects for many clients including UK Sport, the English Institute of Sport Sheffield, The Government of the Isle of Man and the States of Guernsey, as well as numerous local authorities across the UK.
Craig began his career as a fitness instructor in 1997 working for Everyone Active at Enderby Leisure Centre. Soon after he commenced this role, he moved into a variety of managerial roles for Everyone Active, most of which involved the launch of new fitness facilities within local authority leisure centres. After managing at a regional level, Craig joined the Business Development Team with Everyone Active, a role which led to a huge amount of success. He worked on a large number of successful bids, including Bristol City Council, Watford Borough Council, East Herts District Council, Mid Suffolk District Council and London Borough of Havering.
In 2010, Craig joined the Business Development team at Serco Leisure, where he continued to successfully bid for leisure services across the UK, substantially increasing the size of the business in the process. As Business Development Director, Craig notably led on contract wins for North Down Borough Council, including Northern Ireland’s first 50m competition pool at Bangor Aurora. He also project managed the successful bid for the National Water Sport Centre, Nottingham which added a 21-year partnership with Nottinghamshire County Council to the Serco business. Following several other successful bids in Mansfield and Shropshire, Craig also project managed the winning tender for the Birmingham City Council framework, which concluded in 2015. This framework sees the development of 9 leisure centres (4 of which are being rebuilt) and a total investment of over £40m.
Craig joined The Sports Consultancy as Associate Director in 2017, following 20 years working within the local authority leisure sector. Craig’s wealth of operator knowledge, developed through a variety of junior and senior roles, now compliments the TSC team in their work in the sector.
Whilst Craig is new to the consultancy sector, he brings a variety of skills ranging from commercial, legal and financial competencies all supported with a strong operational background.
Siân is one of our Senior Consultants in the Consulting team and manages projects across the breadth of our capability.
Siân’s focus areas are city and event strategy, bid management, host procurement process management and economic / social impact studies. Recent projects include England’s bid for the Rugby League World Cup 2021, Spain’s bid for The Ryder Cup 2022 and working with VisitFlanders to set up a specialist event agency – EventFlanders. Siân also works with a number of our rights holder clients including World Rugby (Rugby World Cup 2023 host procurement process), IAAF (World Indoors host procurement documentation) and EPCR (turn key host procurement management for EPCR Finals in 2018, 2019 and 2020). Recent economic impact studies include London 2017 (IAAF and IPC) and EPCR Finals 2017.
Siân’s background is in both sport and management consultancy. Prior to joining The Sports Consultancy in 2013, Siân worked at Deloitte in their Operations Consultancy practice, consulting both private and public sector clients on all aspects for the project lifecycle from strategy to delivery. Siân also spent two years working at the London Organising Committee for the Olympic and Paralympic Games (LOCOG), where she helped create and deliver a readiness an testing programme involving a range of exercises across all venues.
Outside of work, Siân enjoys skiing, running and watching rugby (especially when Wales win).
Alex began his career at Procter & Gamble, working on large brands such as Gillette, but the opportunity to work for ParalympicsGB during the London 2012 cycle pulled him into the sports sponsorship industry. He then went on to work for The Football League working as part of the team to deliver Sky Bet as the title sponsor, before recently moving to Baku, Azerbaijan to help deliver the commercial programme for the Inaugural European Games.
Alex now brings this brand and event experience to The Sports Consultancy to support rights holders maximise their value proposition and efficiently structure their sponsorship programmes.
Nicole is a qualified lawyer having trained at top tier international law firm Bird & Bird in the sports, commercial and intellectual property groups. She has worked within the in-house legal teams at London 2012 (LOCOG), England 2015 (Rugby World Cup) and The FA. Nicole has worked on a range of matters including sponsorship agreements, services and outsourcing agreements, brand protection, brand management and tackling the secondary ticketing markets. Her varied work experience has also extended to advising major governing bodies on a variety of issues, internal reviews, and assistance on high profile contentious matters. Nicole is a member of the British Association for Sport and Law (BASL) and completed the BASL postgraduate in sports law and practice where she researched and wrote reports on issues including integrity in sport, doping (biological and technical) regulation and governance.
In her spare time you will normally find Nicole running around in the rain and mud (or occasional sunshine) playing touch rugby and more generally participating in a range of activities including krav ma ga, latin american dancing and writing music.
Sean came to The Sports Consultancy from Deloitte Consulting’s Operational Excellence team, during which time he consulted to a large variety of clients including the BBC, Goldman Sachs, Shell, Deutsche Bank and Credit Suisse. During this time he gained a broad understanding of a number of complex businesses and functions.
Since joining The Sports Consultancy in 2012, Sean has worked with a number of the world’s leading rights holders and host cities. He has led projects across the major events lifecycle from strategy development and new asset creation through to effective commercialisation and implementation of major events.
Recent clients include Velon, The ICC, UCI, British Cycling, London and Partners, the BIE, Falcon and Associates, Volvo Ocean Race, Formula E and World Rugby.
Dan is an experienced sports lawyer and has gained particular expertise advising The Sports Consultancy’s clients in relation to sponsorship agreements, hosting agreements and a wide variety of other commercial arrangements. His recent projects include advising World Rugby and the IAAF in relation to their hosting documentation, advising London 2017 and British Athletics in relation to numerous sponsorship agreements and advising the Volvo Ocean Race in relation to the funding of its sustainability programme.
Dan joined The Sports Consultancy from England Rugby 2015 Limited, the organising committee of the 2015 Rugby World Cup, where he worked as a qualified solicitor and he often draws on this operational event experience when advising The Sports Consultancy’s clients. Dan studied at the University of Warwick and trained at DAC Beachcroft LLP, where he spent 6 months on secondment with Unilever’s in-house legal team.
Dan is a keen sportsman and, after vigorous stretching and application of Deep Heat to his hamstrings, enjoys dragging himself around triathlon courses.
Anaïs joined the agency after 9 years of experience in the luxury and sports industries. Passionate about Equestrian Sports, she has been lucky enough to always combine work with passion and has progressively gained an extended knowledge of the Horse industry.
Anaïs graduated with a Masters from Neoma Business School in France having studied Marketing and Communications.
She started her career within the Equestrian Department of Hermès Sellier in Paris where she worked as a Marketing Manager and then as Partnership Manager. There, she developed new partnerships and sponsorships with top riders, national federations and horse shows.
With the will to extend her skills in a new environment and to face new challenges abroad, Anaïs moved to London in 2014 and joined the Longines Global Champions Tour team as a Marketing and Sponsorship Manager. Amongst other sponsors, she took particular care of the title and main sponsor, Longines throughout the 15 events of the global series.
Anaïs joined The Sports Consultancy in 2016 and is responsible for the equestrian portfolio and the Volvo Ocean Race.
In her spare time you will usually find Anaïs searching for her two young kids in the park or discussing the latest equestrian news with her family and friends. She also secretly hopes that one of the young horses she is breeding may become the next Olympic medalist!
Richard is a Consultant in our Consulting Department and is applying his previous experience in the Sports industry to The Sports Consultancy’s work with rights holders, city clients and governing bodies.
In his role at The Sports Consultancy, Richard has delivered a series of projects from across our client portfolio. These clients include, European Professional Club Rugby, World Rugby, Formula E and the Bureau International Des Expositions – the rights holder of the ‘World Expo’. In particular, Richard is currently delivering projects related to the impact of the world’s largest events on their host city through The Sports Consultancy’s Event Impacts work. Richard’s recent projects have also included Operational Knowledge Sharing and Event Creation. In addition, Richard is particularly interest in sustainability in sport and its importance for future events.
Richard came to The Sports Consultancy from London Irish Rugby Club. During Richard’s time at London Irish, he led on parts of the delivery of the Hazelwood Training Centre. Richard was integral to the planning and delivery of Hazelwood being the only venue to host visiting teams from both the 2015 Rugby World Cup and the 2015 NFL International Series through working collaboratively in a multi-stakeholder environment with local providers and senior league officials.
Richard has always been passionate about sport and the impact sport can have. In 2012, Richard won the Wyfold Challenge Cup at the Henley Royal Regatta for Nottingham Rowing Club. Now, Richard can still be seen on the banks of the river, taking in a run along the banks of the Thames, or attempting to play touch rugby in Regents park.
Richard has been with The Sports Consultancy since April 2016.
Lucy started her career in the early nineties planning and implementing highly successful sponsorship campaigns across a wide range of sports and arts projects for corporate clients such as Allied Domecq, Computacenter, Egg and Unilever.
Since joining The Sports Consultancy in 2008, Lucy has been responsible for sponsorship and marketing communications projects, working with clients such as AMD and Virgin and promoting Madrid’s bid to host the 2018 Ryder Cup. More recently she has taken on project managing consulting projects for clients including the Women’s Tennis Association (WTA), International Basketball Federation (FIBA) and the International Equestrian Federation (FEI).
Lucy is happiest spending her downtime from work with her family, serving aces on a grass court and mogul bashing in the Alps.
Matthew is a recent graduate of the University of Durham, having received his BA (Hons) in Music in the summer of 2012. Before joining The Sports Consultancy, he worked at the London 2012 Olympics and Paralympics, and as an intern in the Conductors & Instrumentalists division of IMG Artists, a leading classical music artist management company.
In his role as Analyst, Matthew is involved in many aspects of the business, working for clients in areas including rights holder and host city consultancy, as well as in the development of new events. Outside the office, Matthew enjoys playing and watching cricket, and is also a keen musician, playing trumpet in a variety of ensembles around London and beyond.
Taryn joined The Sports Consultancy in June 2015 after leaving Hudson Global Resources where she specialised in mid to senior level interim and permanent Marketing appointments into the public sector. Prior to this, she worked at Wimbledon Debenture Holders, Sky Sports and for IMG during the Wimbledon Championships and London 2012 Olympic Games.
Taryn received a BSc (Hons) in Geography from Newcastle University and outside of work she is a keen tennis player.
Greg first joined The Sports Consultancy team as a summer intern in 2014 before graduating to an Analyst role. He worked across a range of projects for both city and rights holder clients, putting his degree in Italian and Portuguese to use advising international clients such as Volvo Ocean Race, Barcelona’s Ryder Cup 2022 bid, Rugby World Cup, and Dow Jones Sports Intelligence.
He then spent 18 months working as an adviser and speechwriter to Lord Browne of Madingley, the former CEO of BP, where he was responsible for managing various chairmanships and board activities, political activity in the House of Lords and public engagements relating to Lord Browne’s four books.
Greg returned to The Sports Consultancy fold as a Consultant in April 2017, where he supports our rights holder and city projects for the IAAF, Volvo Ocean Race, EventFlanders and London & Partners.
Greg is at his happiest when trying to improve his climbing technique on indoor walls or planning his next trip to the mountains.
Shaun joined The Sports Consultancy from PwC’s Finance Consulting practice, specialising mainly in public sector finance. During this time, Shaun worked on a variety of projects for a number of leading international firms and government departments, including: HSBC, Heineken, Transport for London, the Ministry of Defence and Sport England. This work ranged from the procurement of finance systems to designing new management reporting suites and budgeting and forecasting processes.
Shaun has always been passionate about sport and is now employing these skills as a Consultant working with our rights holder and host city clients.
Outside of work, Shaun played football for the Leeds United and Bradford City Academies and continues to play for a team in London. He is also a keen golfer and can be found searching for his ball in the trees at his local course in North London.
Aqeel started as an Analyst at The Sports Consultancy in January 2016 off the back of an internship.
Prior to joining The Sports Consultancy, Aqeel graduated from UCL in 2015 with an MSci in Natural Sciences, and has experience working in conference production.
As an Analyst, Aqeel works on many different clients and on varied projects such as new event development and host city bids. He is passionate about all sports, particularly athletics, and enjoys training with Highgate Harriers.
Ellie is a member of our Major Events and Venues team. She is primarily responsible for supporting the team; including researching and drafting proposals, providing research and analytical input to project work, report writing and presentation and developing and maintaining client relationships.
Ellie joined The Sports Consultancy in June 2016 after gaining a Degree in Anthropology from Durham University. During this time she was heavily involved in University sports, principally as President of the Netball Club.
Prior to joining The Sports Consultancy, she worked at The House Nameplate Company; providing analytical support, product development and marketing solutions for the manufacturing company. Further to this, Ellie worked in a French ski resort for six months.
Mike joined The Sports Consultancy in July 2016 after having previously been in EY’s Financial Services Advisory Department. Within this department he developed his core consulting skills whilst supporting major financial institution clients such as Standard Chartered, Credit Suisse and JP Morgan.
Mike has always been passionate about sport and is now able to transfer his consulting and analytical skills towards supporting a range of clients across the sports industry.
Prior to EY, Mike graduated from Durham University with an Undergraduate degree in Biology and a Masters in Management (Finance).
In his spare time Mike is likely to be found playing, watching or talking about rugby.
Sophie is a member of our Major Events and Venues team. She is primarily responsible for supporting the team; including researching and drafting proposals, providing research and analytical input to project work, report writing and presentation and developing and maintaining client relationships. She has worked on projects including the economic impact study for the IAAF World Cross Country Championships and the 2017 EPCR Champions and Challenge Cup Finals, and a feasibility study for the 2022 European Sports Championships.
Sophie joined The Sports Consultancy in January 2017 after gaining a Degree in Economics with Geography from the University of Exeter. During this time she enjoyed participating in the University Netball Society and running events.
Prior to joining The Sports Consultancy, Sophie worked at Nuffield Health assisting with the acquisition of new gyms, and as an intern at BuroHappold Engineering in the Finance Department.
Esme joined The Sports Consultancy in 2015 as the PA to Managing Directors Robert Datnow and Angus Buchanan. She joins having worked as PA to a Sports Lawyer for 4 years.
Esme is a self confessed fitness freak and a passionate equestrian (when time and escape from London allows).
Sahil is an experienced creative director with over sixteen years of experience in design and communications across the creative cycle from concept to delivery. Working with national and international clients, he has managed and delivered high impact award winning campaigns and events. His focus has been in Presentations and Brand design, along with Communication Strategy, Art Direction, Sets & Exhibits and Marketing Collateral.
Starting his career in a multi-discipline graphic design firm, Sahil went on to work for studios specialising in presentations, web and finally print. He went onto head design for internal communication globally at Aegis, which is a leading global business services provider of customer experience management. He then joined C. S. Direkt as Associate Creative Director where he designed executed the first social media push campaign for an Automotive brand in the country. Sahil comes to The Sports Consultancy from Salt, India’s fourth largest experience management agency, where he was heading the design team.
Although you would not associate Sahil with sports, he is huge fan of sports films and movies in general. He’s also a huge graphic novel fan, particularly the DC universe.
Jawad Graduated in MBA (Finance) from University of Wales (Cardiff) in 2011. Until he changed his career in 2014, he was working as a Customer services manager, Trainee Operations manager.
Jawad started in accounts and Finance (a more relevant role to what he had studied) in July 2014. He worked as an Accounts Assistant (Payable) and Senior Accounts Assistant (Receivable) before he joined TSC.
In his free time, Jawad likes to explore country sides, Historic places, days out on seasides/safari parks, spending quality time with his family and singing.
Davina joined The Sports Consultancy in 2017 as the Office Assistant and Junior PA to Marc Hope.
After graduating from the University of Westminster in 2013 qualifying with BA in Commercial music Davina went on to pursue care career within recruitment surrounding healthcare.
Davina has a passion for music and continues to channel this through mentoring and coaching via music in her spare time.
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