Carl is a Director at Interel’s London office, where he provides strategic counsel for clients in the financial services, e-commerce, tech and housing sectors. He has a proven track record in campaign management, successfully lobbying for amendments to legislation and running effective stakeholder engagement programmes.
Carl’s work with private sector clients has given him an excellent understanding of how effective public affairs and political communication strategies can deliver tangible commercial advantages such as market access and changes to government regulation.
Before joining Interel, Carl was the Director of a Westminster based communications agency, where he advised global companies such as Google, Britvic and Enterprise Rent-A-Car. He spent five years working in the House of Commons as a Research Assistant to Theresa May and Senior Parliamentary Assistant to John Redwood.
A former Conservative Party parliamentary candidate, he also served as a councillor on Woking Borough Council where he was a member of the Executive and Chairman of the council’s Licensing Committee.
He has a degree in Modern History and Political Science from the University of Dundee and a postgraduate degree in Russian and East European Studies from the University of Glasgow. Since May 2016, he has been a member of the Management Committee of the Association of Professional Political Consultants.