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Jacquelynne Willcox

Jacquelynne Willcox

Managing Director

Jacquelynne Willcox is a Managing Director. She is a public affairs and corporate communications professional with over 20 years’ experience supporting organisations in managing their corporate reputations to create the optimum industry, policy and media environment for their businesses.

This includes issues and crisis management and recovery, as well as developing ongoing public affairs programs to raise profiles, change perceptions and connect with key influencers and policymakers in support of a company’s long-term strategy.

Jacquelynne has established successful public affairs practices within multiple global PR firms. After setting up the award-winning Corporate & Public Affairs Division for Weber Shandwick in Australia, she then worked with its sister company Washington-based boutique agency Powell Tate to do the same. Jacquelynne also previously worked at Abbott Consulting Group, now part of national commercial law firm HWL, as a public affairs and communications manager. She is also a former journalist.

Jacquelynne is the Chair of the Sydney Institute, a Board Member for the Australian Institute for Commercial Recovery; and a former Trustee for the Committee for Economic Development of Australia.