Garreth Spillane

Garreth Spillane

Garreth is one of the winners of the Civil Society Search for a Blogger competition.

New Zealand born, now resident in London, Garreth has worked across charity, politics and the arts covering the full marcomms mix.  He is now PR, comms & marketing manager at the Foundation for Social Improvement working to maximise the impact of small charities in media and public policy. A self-confessed internet addict, Garreth can be found contributing to opera and wine blogs when not musing about the sector on Civil Society. 

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