Ben Rochelle
Senior Political Consultant

Ben leads on a range of accounts at Whitehouse working across various sectors including education, housing, transport, energy and charity. He has developed and implemented communication strategies which have enabled charities, trade associations, businesses and multi-national companies to effectively engage with government, parliamentarians, think tanks and journalists. His significant knowledge of parliamentary process has helped clients gain vital support in Westminster and the devolved institutions, influence the political debate and impact government policy.

Before joining Whitehouse, Ben worked for two campaign groups where his responsibilities included writing speeches and briefings for MPs, members of the House of Lords and government ministers and strategically engaging with politicians to deliver change to legislation. Ben has a degree in History and Philosophy from the University of Exeter and a Diploma in Law from the College of Law. He is a trustee of a charity that works with disadvantaged young people in central London and enjoys open water swimming, cycling, kayaking and skiing.

 

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