by GK Strategy 17th February, 2021

Scott Dodsworth joins GK Strategy as Director

GK is delighted to have appointed Scott Dodsworth as a Director. He joins the senior management team and senior advisers, to strengthen the Agency’s integrated strategic communications and specialist political due diligence team.

Scott will work alongside other senior advisors such as former ministers David Laws, Phil Hope and Alistair Burt to support clients, as well as contributing to the Agency’s new business and growth efforts. The hire follows significant new client wins across the Agency’s health and education portfolios, and wider public affairs services.

Scott brings over 15 years’ experience of agency and in-house public affairs and government relations having worked in senior roles at defence firm BAE Systems plc and global communications agency, Hill + Knowlton Strategies.

Company Founder and CEO, Robin Grainger, said:

“We are pleased to welcome Scott to GK as the Agency grows and strengthens its work in political advisory and strategic communications. Scott brings great experience and respected counsel and will complement our wide-ranging capabilities.

 “Our award-winning approach combines the rigour and discipline of our political risk and due diligence practice, with media and strategic communications expertise. Scott is a great addition to our senior team.”

Scott Dodsworth, Director, said:

 “I am excited to join GK, a firm with great energy and strong respected reputation in strategic advisory and political analysis. I look forward to working with a range of clients across sectors on their relationships and reputation with government and society.”

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