Charley Green, who was most recently head of campaigns in the UK Cabinet Office, is heading to FleishmanHillard UK, where she will serve as an associate director on its public affairs team.
Green will become part of FleishmanHillard UK’s public affairs leadership team and will work across the business and with Omnicom sister agencies to support the delivery of public sector campaign briefs.
At the Cabinet Office, Green worked on such projects as prime minister Boris Johnson’s Skills for Life initiative and the Plan for Jobs effort, which is spearheaded by Chancellor Rishi Sunak. She also worked with No. 10 Downing Street to run digital campaigns for Black History Month and International Women’s Day.
“Her expertise spans many government departments, communications disciplines and subject areas, and I am certain that her advice and counsel will both take our communications approach to public affairs to another level and prove incredibly valuable to many of our clients,” said FleishmanHillard head of public affairs UK Tim Snowball.