Director, Terri Sweeney is a Sony Radio Academy award winning campaigns and project manager.
With over 15 years’ experience at the BBC she has led creative teams to deliver content and PR strategies through national TV, radio, online and social media.
She has built partnerships with UK Government departments, the Third Sector and some of the UK’s leading organisations to raise awareness and engagement on issues from adoption, mental health, through to endangered wildlife and history.
Terri led BBC campaigns and large scale public events on subjects including Stargazing, HIV/AIDS, biodiversity, drugs, classical music, getting online and staying safe. She managed adult literacy campaign, RaW, and project managed the BBC’s presence at science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) shows at the Birmingham NEC and The Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.
Prior to her BBC career Terri was a financial journalist writing news and features on political and financial issues in the UK and internationally. Her work was published in business magazines and publications including the Financial Times, Global Market Review and Finance International. Terri also worked in corporate communications and Corporate Social Responsibility for Capital One Bank.