Alessia manages strategic communication and stakeholder engagement programmes for clients within Copper’s transport, energy and property portfolio, delivering community and stakeholder engagement strategies and leading on the development of consultation materials and events.
A talented, proactive and diverse communications manager, Alessia has a comprehensive understanding of current affairs, as well as local and national politics. In her work, she creates in depth political and community analysis to help her clients better understand key stakeholders and potential risk and opportunity at project initiation.
Alessia’s expertise ranges from Nationally Significant Infrastructure Projects (NSIPs) to local developments within property and social infrastructure. She has provided expert consultation support and managed the stakeholder engagement for some of Highways England’s largest and most complex road schemes, such as the Lower Thames Crossing and the A27 Arundel Bypass.
Alessia provides key support for clients such as Vattenfall, Triton Knoll and The Prince’s Foundation. Working with multi-disciplinary teams to deliver bespoke consultation and engagement strategies, she brings a wealth of knowledge about working with local communities and project teams to effectively communicate and deliver complex projects.
Alessia is also leading community engagement programmes for clients, including STEM outreach to support Highways England’s major projects portfolio in Cornwall and Gloucestershire. Before joining Copper in 2018, Alessia worked in the Communication and Culture Department of the Swedish Embassy in London.