CJ Marshall

A new report is urging the government not to miss the opportunity to invest further in digital technologies for use across residential care settings.

CJ has over a decades’ worth of experience working in PR, public affairs and communications, predominately in the public and third sectors. He has a wide range of experience beyond the comms sphere as an academic lawyer and social scientist by background, as well as having been in the armed forces and a police force. He has a keen interest in public policy and leads the communications department for UK-wide health and social care think-tank. In a previous life, he has worked with London Mayoral candidates, Police and Crime Commissioners and Crossbench Peers in the House of Lords. He is also a Trustee and Vice-Chair of the Board at CharityComms.

Why I work for Future Care Capital:

“The health of a population is of paramount importance and it can have a profound effect on many different aspects of life, society, and the economy. It is an area of public policy I am hugely passionate about. My task is to communicate what we’re doing right, what we’re not doing so well and how we might go about changing things for the better.”

Articles by CJ Marshall