Fiona Woolston joins Liquid as Account Director

27 February 2023 2 min. read
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Integrated communications consultancy, Liquid, has strengthened its senior leadership team with the appointment of Fiona Woolston. She joins the UK headquartered advisory firm as an Account Director. 

Speaking of her new role, Woolston noted, “I’m thrilled to have joined the Liquid team and can’t wait to get stuck into some exciting projects, as well as building great relationships with our existing clients and future partners. I’m also passionate about supporting the next generation of communications professionals, working with students at Birmingham City University and the University of Birmingham, so I look forward to sharing this knowledge with our junior team at Liquid.”

Over her eight-year career, Woolston has worked with organisations such as the University of Birmingham, National Grid Properties and National Highways, as well as multiple contractors for complex, large-scale projects like High Speed 2. Prior to arriving at Liquid, she spent four years with Copper Consultancy, where she was also an Account Director. She is also a Visiting Lecturer at Birmingham City University’s Birmingham School of Media.

Fiona Woolston, Account Director, Liquid

All this means she brings extensive knowledge of the property, regeneration and infrastructure sectors. In her new role, Woolston will support the team to enhance their stakeholder engagement, community relations and social value offering to clients, as well as bolster new business development. 

Elisabeth Lewis-Jones, Chief Executive Officer at Liquid, added, “Fiona is a great strength to our senior leadership team and her extensive industry experience will help us to ensure that our offering is fully integrated. It has been a joy welcoming Fiona to Liquid and she is already a great asset to the team.”

Liquid is a consultancy specialised in communications and public relations. Initially based in Birmingham and London, the firm has been expanding internationally for the past 11 years. Since it acquired offices in Jersey and Guernsey, it has also gone on to add wings in Canada, Luxembourg, Hong Kong and Australia.