Testimonials

Some of my clients and colleagues have been kind enough to write testimonials, reflecting on the work we have done together.

You can read a selection of them below.

I worked with Ruth during her time at Stop Climate Chaos – she managed the role of bringing together multiple organisations, (with their separate identities, priorities and plans), to deliver joint plans that contributed to real change – an achievement not to be underestimated! She’s a brilliant strategist and a creative force, I’d have no hesitation in recommending her to organisations looking for campaign delivery or communications support.

Eilidh Macpherson, Campaigns Manager

Amnesty International UK

Ruth Dawkins is an inspiration to fellow writers, and a valuable asset in the corporate world. Having worked with her in a professional capacity at the Tasmanian Writers Centre, as well as reading her freelance pieces, I have been impressed by Ruth’s remarkable copywriting and storytelling abilities. Ruth crafts pieces with warmth and sensitivity; qualities she also extends into her social media work as a way to build and nurture the virtual communities in which she is involved. I feel lucky to have worked with Ruth, and to know that her down-to-earth and generous nature is at the foundation of her career in this industry.

Stephanie Eslake

City of Hobart Young Citizen of the Year 2017

I worked with Ruth in her previous role as Coordinator for the Stop Climate Chaos coalition in Scotland. A talented, professional and driven communicator, Ruth led the campaign expertly, successfully managing relations with numerous stakeholders and producing engaging communication materials to greatly further the campaign.

Ylva Haglund, Food Waste Campaigns Manager

Zero Waste Scotland

It’s always so nice to know there’s a friendly local face behind a corporate Social Media account, and Ruth was always the epitome of this for the Tasmanian Writers Centre. So many places struggle with the balance between voice, engagement, and call to action, but Ruth managed this perfectly.

Sarah White

TWC Member

Ruth has always been a powerful and engaging writer on everything from motherhood to the technicalities of higher education policy to climate change. She is a master of forms ranging from the disciplined poetry of a good Tweet to moving, feature-length prose.

Adam Ramsay, editor

openDemocracyUK