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Kate Rawlins

Kate RawlinsKate is a London based digital crisis preparedness consultant. She prepares and delivers crisis simulation exercises, training courses and speaks at conferences.

Formally a television and radio journalist, Kate has qualifications in journalism and criminology. Prior to moving to the United Kingdom, Kate was a senior government press officer in Australia. In 2014, she managed the local crisis communication response to Panama TR4 disease in Queensland.

In 2017, Kate worked with the British Red Cross during the initial days of the Grenfell Fire response. Her role focused on communicating with residents and donors via social media to share critical information.

Today, she works around the world for Helpful Digital, delivering crisis simulations and training for clients across a variety of sectors, including government, oil and gas, manufacturing, and the financial services industry.

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Only a few months into 2020, every sector and market worldwide has been exposed to crisis, writes Kate Rawlins, CRJ Advisory Panel Member and Associate Director of Helpful Digital.
During a crisis response, everything runs on fast-forward. Days roll into months, and as the stakes change, the response evolves to cope. When the storm passes and business returns to usual, the stress, trigger points and decisions behind a past crisis ar
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