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“Melissah supports her clients, whilst never compromising her integrity or trademark no-nonsense, ‘straight shooter’ approach. As a messaging strategist, she cuts through complexity and confusion to provide clear communication that is tailored to her audience. It is testament to Melissah’s character that she remains today a well-respected former colleague and someone I now consider a trusted friend.”

Virginia McKay, Governance Professional

“Melissah is strategic; with exceptional judgement and the ability to drive an agenda forward with purpose and creativity. I strongly recommend you get in touch.”

Henry Jamieson, Head of Communications, UK Government

“Maev has considerable energy and always gets her projects completed with total diligence, ease and professionalism. Her main characteristic is her ability to always make time and connect with people. Maev continues to achieve success for our collaborative goals through her ability to articulate our vision with drive, strategy and authenticity.”

Susie Crick, National Chair, Surfrider Foundation Australia

“Bell Public Relations has provided endless support for the Save Our Sands Alliance campaign, drawing attention to the damaging health and environmental consequences of sand mining in regional and rural communities. With an evidence-based approach, they have effectively engaged government, mainstream media, the local community and wider Sydney population. We strongly recommend Bell Public Relations as specialists in health and environmental advocacy.”

Bernadette Lawlor, Chair, Save Our Sands Alliance

“Maev has an incredible energy, relentless enthusiasm and has consistently dived in on project after project for Surfrider Foundation Australia. As both an ambassador and strategic partner, she has helped us connect with communities, media and government, delivering real results to protect our oceans, waves and beaches.”

Scott McClelland, Creative Director & Board Member, Surfrider Foundation Australia

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