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Lindsay Jepp

Senior Consultant
Lindsay is senior corporate affairs consultant specializing in strategic communications, reputation management and stakeholder engagement.

She has extensive experience working with corporates, start-ups, NGOs and governments on complex multi-national briefs, with a particular focus on the challenges and opportunities of the climate transition.

She has extensive experience working with corporates, start-ups, NGOs and governments on complex multi-national briefs, with a particular focus on the challenges and opportunities of the climate transition.

“Kekst CNC is consultant-centric, meaning the firm invests heavily in its people. By prioritizing the well-being, satisfaction and development of the team, the service we provide to our clients is consistently the best in our industry.”


Lindsay joined Kekst CNC in early 2021. She draws upon experience from both consultancy and in-house roles, advising clients across a number of sectors including energy, materials and tech. She develops data-driven communication strategies to solve problems and to realize bold ambitions. Her current mandates include corporate positioning, people and change communications, fundraising and M&A, ESG and profile raising.

Lindsay is also an experienced crisis communications consultant, having been part of the front-line response to a number of high-profile issues and incidents.

Passionate about the power of social enterprise, Lindsay holds a voluntary Board position for an extreme sports youth charity that aims to help disadvantaged young people harness their potential with adrenaline-based learning.

Prior to joining Kekst CNC, Lindsay spent six years with the corporate affairs team at Weber Shandwick. She started her career in investor relations and latterly corporate communications for an international oil and gas company.


Insights

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Research

COP26 Public Opinion Survey

A week after the dust has settled on what could be the most pivotal United Nations Climate Change conference in history, the jury still seems to be out on the success of COP26.

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Blog

COP26 Commentary

It’s been an intense and fast-moving week in Glasgow. Expectations have quickly moved beyond words and pledges, and the battle against greenwashing has become a central theme. Will the event be considered a success or a noble failure?

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