Meet the Team
Cox Inall has a team of experienced public relations practitioners with backgrounds in journalism, politics and agricultural science, and extensive networks in media, agribusiness, corporate and government spheres across rural Australia.
The company is managed by Managing Director Tim Powell and General Manager Stacey Wordsworth, supported by a team of 11 consultants based in Sydney, Armidale, Albury and Mudgee, NSW; and Emerald and the Sunshine Coast in QLD.
Tim has 25 years’ experience working in journalism, politics, public affairs and marketing, and remains a hands-on consultant working on specific projects at Cox Inall, Cox Inall Ridgeway and Haystac.
Stacey is an experienced journalist and communications professional with nearly two decades in print and broadcast media, political advocacy and public relations.
Suzanne is a rural issues specialist with a keen mind when it comes to identifying and managing potential risks, as well as creating strategies to pro-actively communicate with target audiences.
Justine has an extensive background in communications, stakeholder management, public relations and corporate affairs.
Kate has worked on major projects for clients including the Royal Agricultural Society of NSW, Lion Dairy & Drinks, the Australian Grains Industry Conference, the Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC) and Apple and Pear Australia Limited (APAL).
Melissa’s 20 years’ experience working as an agricultural journalist provides her with a deep understanding of many rural sectors and an ability to efficiently deliver key messages to an audience.
Sophie joins Cox Inall having previously worked for three years in public affairs and stakeholder engagement at Australia’s peak farm body, the National Farmers’ Federation (NFF), in Canberra.
Susannah joins Cox Inall with extensive experience in corporate communications and public relations, having worked with clients across the banking, mining, retail and not-for-profit sectors.
Jacqui grew up on a property near Moree in NSW and has practical experience, a passion for rural life, and firsthand knowledge of rural and regional issues.