Lucy KittowSenior Consultant
She has developed extensive experience with corporate messaging and narrative development, content creation and crisis preparedness.
Lucy consults clients mainly in the fields of corporate and digital communications. She has advised on a number of cross border projects, with a keen focus on science and sustainability communications. Lucy has extensive experience with corporate messaging and narrative development, content creation and crisis preparedness.
Prior to joining Kekst CNC in 2016, Lucy was based in Brussels where she worked at the European Commission.
Lucy read German and Spanish at the University of Bristol (BA Hons) and also holds an MPhil from the University of Cambridge.
As well as her native English, Lucy also speaks Spanish and German.
Q&A with Lucy
Describe yourself in three words.
Curious, industrious and balanced.
Take the most interesting project you have worked on recently: Why was it interesting?
I was lucky enough to be involved with the launch of a project seeking to eliminate a poison in our food chain, using a computer game called Foldit. It has been really rewarding to build a narrative for the project and have people from all over the world connect with the story and contribute towards solving the problem.
Why did you choose Kekst CNC?
I first came across Kekst CNC when I was doing my Masters. I was immediately drawn in by the variety of clients and areas that Kekst CNC was working in – from crisis management to digital communications.
How long have you worked at Kekst CNC and how has the company evolved in your time here?
I joined Kekst CNC in the spring of 2016 as an intern. Since then it has grown to include JKL in the Nordics, and more recently Kekst in New York. It’s been really exciting to be part of such a rapidly expanding firm. Our growth has meant an ever diverse set of clients and a stream of interesting opportunities for someone at the start of their career.
Who is the most impressive speaker you’ve ever heard?
Kavita Ramdas – she is the director of the Open Society Foundations’ Women’s Rights Program and is the former President of the Global Fund for Women. She’s a fascinating (and funny) speaker and offers a really refreshing take on gender roles and paths to equality.