Until the recent acquisition, Tamsin was the co-owner of woodholmes and served as a Director & Managing Director from 2011-2012
Tamsin has an international profile in risk communications, community consultation and public relations. In particular she specialises in disseminating environmental and health risk-focused communications in relation to new or “high outrage” developments.
She has many years direct community consultation activity with clients such as Bouygues Construction, TT2, Llewelyn Davies Yeang, UK Atomic Energy Authority, Orange PLC, UK Mobile Telecoms Operators Forum, Local Authorities and the UK Criminal Justice Board and currently manages the Wood Holmes team based on site at the New Tyne Crossing project.
Tamsin researched and co-authored the Mobile Carriers Forum (Australia) Telecoms Handbook, which provides engineering contractors with a good practice guide to risk communication when erecting communication masts.
A skilled communicator, Tamsin works with both communities and the press and PR industry and is experienced in balancing the technical engineering requirements of business with planning regulations and the expectations of the community. Tamsin has presented at several conferences on this subject including the European Telecommunication and Disaster Recovery Association (ETRA) on “Managing the Risks of Community Concern”.
She is also a Certified Cognitive Edge Practioner and is able to use these technologies and techniques within her consultation work.