Rebecca McLeod


Rebecca stands out for her straight talking. Whether she’s challenging a client brief or poor manners on the tube, she shoots from the hip and she’ll always give it to you straight. A masterful planner, she sets the direction and ensures the right strategy stays on track. With more than a decade of award-winning campaigns in the public and private sector, you can rest assured she will deliver hard-nosed results – with humour and warmth.

Rebecca has run a number of high-profile and award-winning campaigns on behalf of the government, not-for-profit organisations and large brands. She’s tough, she’s smart and she’ll always tell you what she thinks – but she knows how to do it tactfully and with a smile. She’s an expert at putting the right structure around a project, and isn’t afraid to get her hands dirty helping out at key delivery points. Highlights include developing the launch plan for Shawbrook Bank; creating and directing the Grey Matters campaign for Anchor Trust; managing the UK-wide Aimhigher Roadshow for the Department of Education and Skills; driving the re-brand of the Chartered Management Institute (and being short-listed for a CIPR Award in the process) and devising the 2010 media campaign for the National Apprenticeship Service (which won a PR Week Award). A mother and Stand’s feminist conscience, Rebecca is also a quick-footed boxer in her spare time.