Fiona is responsible for representing the BCC’s public affairs strategy in order to influence government policy. Further to this, Fiona is responsible for coordinating the national campaigning strategy for young people/skills, advises on digital, regulation and women in business policy and is the BCC’s digital spokesperson. Fiona also leads on the BCC’s party conference activities.

Prior to joining the BCC, Fiona has worked in the House of Lords and the UK Parliament Education Service. Fiona holds a First Class degree in Politics and International Relations from the University of Westminster.