Communications team

Chloe Stables, Head of communications

Chloe started her career in advertising, before taking a small detour into politics working for a well-known MP. This led onto working for a large public affairs consultancy before moving to homelessness charity, St Mungo’s, where she established the public affairs function. Chloe is a trustee of Group B Strep Support, a small charity that campaigns to stop group B Strep infections, including meningitis, in babies. She is also a member of the advisory panel for the University of Westminster MA in Media, campaigning and social change.

Chloe oversees NCVO’s communications. Her interests include:

  • communications
  • campaigning and influencing.

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Chris Walker, Senior public affairs officer

Chris looks after NCVO’s parliamentary engagement, ensuring MPs and peers are aware of our work, and what our key policy objectives are. He also leads our campaigning and influencing training, including running NCVO’s Certificate in campaigning, and provides advice and support to charities on parliamentary influencing and campaigning.

He has a particular interest in:

  • how charities can work with parliament to influence policy
  • the political environment for charities
  • trends in campaigning and influencing.

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Aidan Warner, Senior Communications Officer 

Aidan leads NCVO’s media work alongside various corporate communications projects. His interests include:

  • charity media relations, particularly reputation management and crisis communications
  • trust in charities.

Before joining NCVO, Aidan worked in the press teams at the General Medical Council, the BBC, and Mind, the mental health charity.

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Giselle Green, Media network coordinator 

Giselle runs NCVO’s Constructive voices project which flags up, and shares with journalists, stories of how charities, social enterprises and other innovating organisations are tackling some of the big issues we face in society and offering potential solutions. She also promotes constructive journalism, an approach which encourages reporters to investigate responses to problems rather than focusing purely on the problems.

Giselle has been a mentor with the Promise Foundation supporting schoolchildren from disadvantaged backgrounds and has been a volunteer fundraiser and campaigner for local causes.

Her projects include:

    • setting up the Constructive voices network which links hundreds of voluntary and other organisations with journalists, which has led to dozens of pieces of constructive media coverage
    • establishing collaborations with journalism colleges to enable spokespeople and beneficiaries of the Constructive voices network to attend interview practice sessions with journalism students.

She is interested in how constructive journalism can improve the news experience for the public, restore trust in the media, and help unearth unusual stories about the positive impact of charities and social enterprises.

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Roshni Mistry, Communications Assistant 

Roshni manages NCVO’s work supporting the APPG on charities and volunteering as well as leading NCVO’s internal communications.

Prior to NCVO, Roshni worked in the External affairs team at the Local Government Information Unit. She volunteered as an administrative assistant at a small women’s charity and provided voluntary project support in Leicestershire County Council’s special educational needs and disabilities department.

She has particular interest in:

      • the role of volunteers in public services
      • diversity in charity leadership.

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Rosie Walworth, Trainee communications officer 

Rosie provides support across all of NCVO’s communications work. She also leads on the development of our popular Campaigning Conference. Before NCVO, Rosie worked as a programme manager at a literacy charity delivering health information through public libraries. Rosie also co-chairs NCVO’s women’s network.

She has particular interest in:

      • how charities influence and work with policymakers and the media
      • putting beneficiaries and lived experience at the centre of policy-making
      • charities delivering public services.

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