Clara works with a wide range of Luther’s clients, providing support across a number of sectors. She supports on communications and public affairs for organisations such as The Royal Pharmaceutical Society, Optical Express, Marie Curie, All Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on First Do No Harm, Independent Age, and the Solicitors Regulation Authority.
Clara provides regular media monitoring reports for clients in the tech and legal industries and conducts research on political and business developments. Clara is a member of the press office for the Royal Pharmaceutical Society, handling media enquiries from journalists and coordinating radio and television interviews with relevant board members. She also provides secretariat support to the APPG for First Do No Harm and engages in monitoring and public affairs support for the Solicitors Regulation Authority.
Clara has a strong background in the healthcare sector, supporting the development of a stakeholder mapping and communications project for the Human Tissue Authority as well as the Royal Pharmaceutical Society, researching and communicating key gaps in parliamentary communication as well as analysing peer organisations to develop key recommendations to improve communications. Clara also works on communications and parliamentary engagement for Optical Express and recently completed a stakeholder and policy mapping project for Marie Curie.
Clara’s experience extends to the charity sector, working on communications and securing media coverage for Independent Age. She also assisted social enterprise, Tutors United to facilitate a professional panel webinar event looking at the impact of Covid19 on primary school pupils. Clara secured key speakers including the Programme Head of early years and primary education at the Nuffield Foundation and the Deputy Leader and Cabinet Member for children and education at Merton Council.
Clara graduated in 2020 with an LLB Law degree from the University of Edinburgh.