Chris helps our clients unlock where they need to go and how they need to get there – using the power of values, emotions and culture to unleash the good in everyone.
Head of Client Development
Nicola is in charge of making sure our existing and prospective clients get where they need to go. From average to amazing, from unsure to inspired. Talk to her about how we can help you unleash the good in people.
Associate Director – Client Services
Relationships are a central part of everything we do, and that means Michael is too. He makes sure our relationships with clients are fine-tuned to deliver the very best strategy, creative and results.
A strong believer in profit with a purpose, Graham leads our Finance and Operations team and helps guide the business in a GOOD direction.
Unleashing the good starts with ideas, and Reuben’s lucky enough to lead the best team in the sector – writers, and designers, film-makers and animators, thinkers and doers.
Associate Director – Brand
Dan helps organisations define their purpose and inspire people to be part of it. He’s helped household names in every sector tell a simpler, stronger, more effective story.
We’re fiercely proud of our culture, our values and our people – and we’re just as proud of Jo, because she looks after them all like no-one else could.
Associate Director – Fundraising
Annie introduced face-to-face fundraising to the UK while at Greenpeace. She helped to lead Save the Children’s stratospheric fundraising success. Today Annie works at GOOD helping our clients define, devise and implement successful fundraising strategies and campaigns.
Head of Digital Delivery
Marc delivers – from a complex website to a simple form, Marc makes sure your digital project is on time, on budget and able to unleash the most good it possibly can.
Associate Creative Director
Andy is the agency equivalent of a one-man band. He likes nothing more than interrogating the brief, digging into the data, crafting the words and making them sing on TV, radio, digital or in print. We’re just grateful he doesn’t do it with cymbals strapped to his knees and a harmonica on the go.