Whitehouse appoints David Spencer as Consultant

November 5, 2013 9:27 am

Political communications, public affairs and public relations specialist the Whitehouse Consultancy has announced the appointment of David Spencer as a Consultant.

Spencer, who will be providing strategic advice and counsel for a range of clients, has in the past served as Chief of Staff to Rt Hon David Davis MP, with whom he worked on numerous projects including his civil liberties campaign. Spencer has also worked for the Independent Police Complaints Commission and at the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs.

The Whitehouse Consultancy has also announced the promotion of Peter Shand to Junior Consultant and the appointment of Joanna Camadoo as a Monitoring and Research Executive. Camadoo has previously worked for the Health Service Ombudsman and in the office of Virendra Sharma MP.

Chris Whitehouse, Managing Director of the Whitehouse Consultancy, said: 

“David is a very experienced public affairs professional and a very valuable addition to the Whitehouse Consultancy team. His knowledge of government and of working for high profile Members of Parliament is a terrific asset and one that will benefit our clients.

We are similarly delighted to welcome Joanna to Whitehouse and congratulate Peter on a much deserved promotion. These members of the team will have an important role to play in what we expect will be a very exciting 2014.”

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