Laura Ruaux

Policy & Partnerships Executive

Laura is responsible for focusing Chamber activity on member representation in bigger discussions, including lobbying local government and contributing to national policy consultations. Laura will also work to assist member organisations in maintaining awareness and understanding of major policy changes as they unfold.

In addition,  Laura works closely with the Head of Marketing & Events to provide high quality communications and updates to our members and looks after the Patrons Club.

Laura holds a bachelor’s degree in business management and a MSc in managing strategic change and innovation and joins us from an early career in policy and business strategy at the University of Brighton. Her areas of interest and expertise include higher education and supporting women and young people in career development and economic independence. She is also an experienced copywriter and a keen advocate for equal opportunities and mental health and wellbeing.