Felicity has a breadth of experience across politics and international development, bringing a deep understanding of social change, digital nous and excellent political instincts. She has a knack for communicating complex issues clearly and loves to write, edit and pitch beautiful copy.
Felicity joined di:ga from Bond, where she was Political Affairs Adviser, working with partners to design and implement public affairs strategies. Prior to that, Felicity worked in Save the Children UK’s Policy, Advocacy & Campaigns division and had a career in think-tanks and parliament. Felicity has a First in Politics from Cardiff University, and a Bachelor’s Diploma in Politics and a Master’s Diploma in European Affairs from Sciences Po Bordeaux. She speaks French and is a self-confessed Francophile.
"Working with di:ga was fantastic. They provided excellent support and advice on strategy, media relations and editing, quickly becoming a trusted part of the core team. They were assertive yet tactful, focused, efficient and 100% committed to helping us achieve impact."
Fellow of Practice, Blavatnik School of Government