Alison Goldsworthy was named as one of PR Week’s 29 under 29 in 2010 for her work as Director of Communications and Events at the Kidney Wales Foundation. The Organ Donation campaign she ran there scooped the CIPR Excellence award for integrated campaigning and two CIPR Cymru Gold awards. Previously, as UK Campaigns Manager at Leonard Cheshire Disability Alison was involved in the attitude changing creaturediscomforts.org campaign that won a prestigious Third Sector award. Alison also helped develop then implement a ground breaking approach to local campaigning, now widely cited as best practice within the sector. An active Liberal Democrat, Alison is Deputy Chair of the party’s Federal Executive.
Alison regularly comments on political issues for the media. She has appeared on BBC News, BBC Radio Four’s PM programme, the Politics Show, ITV News, BBC World Service and the Welsh political programmes Dragon’s Eye and Sharp End.
She went on to manage Kirsty’s successful campaign to become leader of the Welsh Liberal Democrats. Outside politics, Alison is also a member of the British Council’s future leaders network the Transatlantic Network 2020.
Alison is a member of the Chartered Institute of Public Relations