Jeroen leads on the Financial Services portfolio. He was previously a Policy Officer at the Belgian Embassy in Berlin. He graduated in Law from the KU Leuven in Belgium and held several leadership positions within the European Youth Parliament, both in Belgium and on an international level.
Philippa Keir is DeHavilland's policy specialist for Health. She previously worked for a public affairs consultancy, and read History and Politics at the University of Exeter.
Emily monitors the latest EU developments on health, agriculture, fisheries, animal welfare and international development. She was previously a trainee at the Luxembourg Representation to the EU in Brussels and graduated with a Master’s degree in European Affairs.
Plamen is DeHavilland’s Monitoring Consultant for the Media, Tech and Telecoms sector. Plamen has previously worked at the Parliamentary office of an MP. He is a graduate of the University of Birmingham, and holds a Masters in European Studies.
Jacopo focuses on Digital Economy, Technology, Retail and Education. Before joining DeHavilland he worked as a Blue Book Trainee in DG Trade at the European Commission, and as Project Coordinator for the Italian Chamber of Commerce and Industry for the UK.
Jordan provides political monitoring and research to DeHavilland’s financial services clients. He previously gained experience in Brussels working on EU manufacturing and industrial policy for a leading Public Affairs consultancy, and in the civil service working on customs policy and business tax at HMRC. Jordan holds a first-class degree from the University of Sheffield in Politics.
Matteo leads on the Energy, environment and Climate portfolio. He was previously a Blue Book Trainee at the The Directorate General for Trade of the European Commission. He graduated in History from King's College London and holds a Master's Degree from both the London School of Economics and Peking University in International Affairs.
Darius Mikulenas leads on the Transport, Security and Defence portfolio for the DeHavilland EU team. Darius has experience working with an industry association representing the Waste-to-Energy sector in Brussels. He graduated with a Bachelor's degree in International Relations and Politics from the University of Essex and a Master’s degree in European Governance from the University of Kent.
Greg is DeHavilland's Policy Executive for Education and Welfare. Greg has previously worked in the Constituency Office of a Member of the European Parliament, and interned with a refugee charity. He is a graduate in Politics from the University of Lincoln and the University of East Anglia.
Arran manages the work of DeHavilland's Service teams in London and Brussels. A graduate of the University of Manchester, he has previously worked for the CIPD and Westminster Forum Projects.
Mike Indian is Political Consultant and a member of DeHavilland’s Content team, leading on infrastructure and Scottish affairs. He leads on DeHavilland's dynamic content, specifically videos and podcasts, and regularly appears in the media as a political commentator. A graduate of Lancaster University, he has worked as a freelance journalist.
John works as a Policy Executive within the DeHavilland Content Team, where he has a special focus on Brexit and business. He holds a Masters degree in International Relations and European Politics from the University of Bath, and has also studied at the University of York and Universität Regensburg, Germany. John has previously worked at PEN International and European Movement.
Apostolos serves as relationship manager for DeHavilland's clients. He has over 10 years’ experience in client management and was previously responsible for a portfolio of international accounts at Bloomberg, promoting business intelligence, news and research.
Robert joined DeHavilland in April 2016 with extensive experience working with some of the leading names in the public affairs and media industries including the Press Association and Foresight News, having originally studied Law and Politics at Keele University. He prides himself on developing a thorough understanding of an organisation’s information needs and creating unique solutions that work for them.
Michael Clarke is Managing Director of DeHavilland. His goal is to ensure the most relevant and highest-quality content provision to help public affairs professionals track, monitor and evaluate the impact of the political environment, enabling them to effectively plan, implement and evaluate their organisation’s objectives.
A graduate of Queen's University Belfast, he has extensive experience of political monitoring and has also previously worked at the UN Department of Political Affairs.