Drawing on a diverse range of experience – from agency to in-house, journalism to entrepreneurship – our team is united by two key characteristics: a passion for creating impact for our clients, and a commitment to driving FieldHouse forward on its own fast-growth journey.
Cordelia founded FieldHouse in 2012 and, with over 25 years experience, is one of the most experienced and well-connected communications and business growth advisors in the fast-growth tech ecosystem, with deep expertise in venture capital and investment.
Working predominantly with fast-growth technology clients, one of Neil’s strengths is his media network. He is particularly interested in the ways data is being analysed to create entirely new industries and business models. He is a mentor for early-stage businesses at Seraphim’s Space Camp, and media relations mentor at Slush.
Nicky has worked with VCs and fast-growth technology businesses since the early 2000s. At FieldHouse she leads commercial operations and works with fintechs and organisations targeting SMEs. She is also Co-President, London, for The Rising Network, a community empowering professional women.
Anna has two decades’ experience in financial and corporate communications, advising clients of all sizes from startups through to large multinationals. At FieldHouse, Anna has a particular focus on investment and fintech clients, and alongside her client work is responsible for client services across the business.
Iain’s focus is on messaging, research, and thought leadership. He is particularly interested in deeptech and the future of mobility and cities. He has mentored early-stage startups for Seraphim Space Camp and Slush, and manages FieldHouse’s partnerships with NOTWICS, London & Partners, and The Entrepreneurs Network.
Lily works extensively with VC firms on brand-building, fundraising, and dealflow, and also advises portfolio businesses on market positioning and handling funding announcements. She leads FieldHouse’s engagement with the wider ecosystem, brokering and managing partnerships with events and organisations.
Ian is a former business journalist, most recently editorial director of Startups.co.uk. With more than 20 years’ experience in the ecosystem, he leads BaseCamp, FieldHouse’s service for early-stage startups. He also works with fast-growth tech clients, and co-founded the Venturers Club, a network for entrepreneurs.
Jhanvi previously worked both agency-side and in-house, and now leads FieldHouse’s growing portfolio of sustainability-focused clients, both startups and investors. She is passionate about tech companies using their position and products to create positive change, and is an avid champion for diversity in tech and PR.
Peter has a deep knowledge of the media, acquired through his 12-year career in journalism. As Enterprise Editor of The Sunday Times, he was responsible for coverage of technology companies, entrepreneurs, and investment.
Andrew works predominantly with venture capital and financial services clients, with a particular interest in the future of finance, investment, and mobility. He has specific experience in financial, crisis, and M&A communications, and has completed the Certificate in Investor Relations (CIR).
Lulu works mostly for fintech and venture capital clients. Before joining FieldHouse she worked for Zip, a fast-growth fintech company, in Sydney for two years. She manages FieldHouse’s partnership with TableCrowd, and is part of the team working with Silicon Valley Comes to the UK.
Callum works with early- and growth-stage companies, from deeptech to edtech, cybersecurity to cleantech. Prior to joining FieldHouse in September 2021, Callum spent the eight years in Hong Kong, where he most recently managed communications across APAC for a leading Asian on-demand delivery startup.
Joe works with a variety of clients across fintech, cyber security, venture capital, and edtech, and has a particular interest in mental health and wellbeing in the workplace. Before joining FieldHouse, Joe worked for Forgather, an events agency in the same fast-growth tech and venture capital space.
Finn works predominantly with venture capital firms and cyber security companies. He has a particular focus on media relations, including thought leadership and rapid response. Prior to joining FieldHouse, he interned at the Wall Street Journal and the United States Senate.
John is a former journalist who previously worked in broadcast news at WABC-TV in New York. At FieldHouse he works across a variety of venture capital, cyber security, and fast-growth tech clients. Additionally, John recently completed an MA in Media & Communications at City, University of London.
Lisa started her career in financial PR, working with listed and privately-held companies across several sectors, from private equity to crypto. Prior to that, she gained work experience at various startups. At FieldHouse, she’s initially focusing on venture capital and fintech.
Ellie is an English graduate with previous experience in events management and charity fundraising. At FieldHouse she works with a range of clients across edtech, fintech, and venture capital, and has a particular interest in media relations and networking.
Damilola holds an MA in Human Rights from UCL – her dissertation explored the intersection of technology, race, and gender, and she has written on similar topics for The Human Perspective. At FieldHouse, Damilola works with clients spanning space, cybersecurity, healthtech, and AI.
Charlotte works with clients ranging from climate tech and insurtech to venture capital. Prior to joining FieldHouse in February 2022, she interned at a City-based boutique financial services firm. She holds an MA in Politics from the University of Manchester, with an interest in feminism.
Lucy is responsible for administrative duties and managing the smooth running of the FieldHouse office. She has an award-winning track record in high-volume, high-pressured environments, with more than 15 years’ experience across a variety of roles. In her spare time, she runs her own bakery business.