Andrew Sholl is principal of the strategic communications consultancy, ShollCounsel, with a career spanning government, media and industry across two decades and two continents.
He established and ran the communications function for Australia’s largest infrastructure project, the National Broadband Network and has advised companies including Google, Walmart and the broadcaster BSkyB. In 1997 he was dubbed by Newsweek magazine “the most influential foreigner” involved in Tony Blair’s landslide UK election victory.
Andrew is a former journalist for the AM, PM and World Today programs and a former presenter of AM. He is the author of the best-selling book on English usage, The Name Game.