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In a whirlwind of sensational speakers and captivating conversations, the Birmingham leg of Orlo’s UK Tour is done and dusted!

Hoping to re-watch the presentations from the day again or catch up on what you missed? Simply share a few details with us using the form below to access all of the keynote speaker sessions. With the likes of Leicestershire Police, The Home Office and our very own Orlo product team – there’s lots to inspire your future comms strategies and get your creative juices flowing.

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Senior Campaigns and Communications Officer at Leicestershire Police

Ella Hardy

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Ella joined Leicestershire Police in 2020 after working for a variety of private sector clients in agency, supporting digital content creation and PR. Now rooted in policing communications, she supports Leicestershire’s Violence Reduction Network in developing their resources website ‘Live Safe’ and other key campaigns aimed at young people. Ella has a passion for behaviour change campaigns and supported the design and delivery of ‘You’re Right, That’s Wrong’, a partnership campaign (related to the VAWG agenda). The campaign is supported by Leicester City Football Club’s ‘In the Community’, Leicester City Council and all three of Leicestershire’s universities.

Campaigns and Communications Officer at Leicestershire Police

Jo Hancock

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Jo has been with Leicestershire Police since 2018 and has worked on numerous projects and campaigns in that time for both internal and external audiences. She is currently working on newly branded burglary and hate crime campaigns and successfully delivered comms for County Lines Intensification Week earlier this year. She is also responsible for the force’s internal E-magazine which is sent to each one of the force’s 4,000 employees.

Head of Communications Hub at UK Home Office

Leanne Ehren

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Leanne Ehren is a communications professional with more than a decade of experience in public sector comms. Deriving from a journalism background, Leanne has worked in the emergency services, NHS, and central government, gaining a wealth of experience in external and internal communications, marketing, campaigns and events.

Digital Communications Specialist

Kirsty Marrins

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Kirsty started her career in the finance sector but soon realised it wasn’t for her. She moved into the charity sector in 2007 and has never looked back. She’s worked in a number of in-house communication roles before going freelance in 2015. In 2018 she took on an interim Social Media Manager role at the British Red Cross and worked on two emergency appeals. Kirsty was the interim Social Media Manager at Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity (GOSH) in 2021/22 where she worked on a number of high profile campaigns. As well as specialising in social media, Kirsty is a copywriter and writes regularly for Third Sector and Charity Digital. After a high-profile charity Twitter crisis, Kirsty realised there was very little resource and support, in terms of wellbeing, for those working in social media. So in 2019 she authored the Wellbeing Guide for Comms Professionals for CharityComms, which is still their most-read resource. She has also featured on a number of podcasts, including CharityComms, Do more good, Third Sector, Tech for Good Live and more.

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Whether you’re one of the Orlo herd, or you just have a keen interest in all things social, share your details below to access all of the content from the Birmingham event on demand.