Ceri Teggin is a Project Manager at DHR Communications and has more than ten years’ experience in communications, including public relations, public affairs, and print journalism.
She works with clients on stakeholder engagement projects, messaging and strategy development.
Ceri has specialist knowledge within the not-for-profit and public sectors, including expertise in the areas of health, education and homelessness, working with various organisations in the public and not-for-profit sectors including the Health Information and Quality Authority (HIQA), Skillnets, the Irish Heart Foundation and the Dublin Simon Community.
Furthermore, she has extensive experience in managing stakeholder communication projects, public consultations, and policy research. She has been responsible for the project management of public consultations for various public bodies. She also has a strong understanding of the public affairs landscape, with experience preparing Parliamentary Questions (PQs) responses and documents for submission to government.
Ceri is a trained journalist with strong writing and editing skills. As a speechwriter, Ceri is trained in the implementation of Plain English Guidelines and highly skilled at taking complex language and terminology and simplifying it for the general public. She is experienced in media relations, with many years’ experience working in busy press office environments.
Ceri has a BA in Journalism from DIT and an IMPA Certified Diploma in Project Management.