Who We Are

Chambré is a communications agency that supports those seeking to understand and influence the political, public policy and regulatory environment in Northern Ireland and beyond. We tailor clients’ messages and build relationships, so good ideas are heard and implemented.

We are passionate, well-networked experts, with backgrounds in politics, journalism and corporate communications. We possess the talent to integrate your public affairs, media and community relations work, ensuring every action contributes to achieving the best possible outcomes.


Will Chambré

Managing Director

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With 20 years in public affairs and public relations, Will has an industry-wide reputation for successfully planning and delivering influential communications campaigns. He is the driving force behind Chambré with proven ability to raise issues up the policy and news agenda.


James Mayne

Senior Account Executive

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James is a former researcher at the Northern Ireland Assembly and has managed independent research and analysis projects related to local politics. He is a key part of the monitoring team, as well as contributing to our client services.


Connor Hogan

Account Executive

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Connor recently graduated from University College Dublin with an MsC in Politics. He has had papers published in internationally recognised policy journals, and serves on the editing board of a Belfast-based current affairs publication. He helps support Chambré’s monitoring team and other key services.


Bridget Moylan

Intern

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Bridget is a graduate of European Studies from the University of Limerick and is currently undertaking an MSc International Public Policy in Queen’s University Belfast. She has worked as a research assistant for the Irish Policy Agendas Project and has presented her academic work at the Political Studies Association Undergraduate Conference 2021. She helps support Chambré’s monitoring team and other key services.


Rebekah Corbett

Monitoring Researcher

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Rebekah provides ad hoc monitoring of NI Assembly Committees for Chambré. Rebekah is a PhD student in the School of Law at QUB and also works as a freelance transcriptionist.


Tomás McInerney

Monitoring Researcher

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Tomás provides ad hoc monitoring of NI Assembly Committees for Chambré. Tomás is a PhD candidate researching the intersection of law and technology in the School of Law in Queen’s University Belfast. He has an undergraduate degree in Law and Politics and a Master’s in Law.


Nick Garbutt

Associate

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Nick is an independent practitioner, providing specialist communications advice to Chambré clients. He brings intelligence, integrity and decades of experience to developing communications strategies. Nick thrives on difficult and complex challenges and has helped many clients navigate their way through crises. He is a former head of corporate affairs, Europe for a major bank and was editor of a daily newspaper.


Stephen O’Byrnes

Associate

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Stephen is an independent practitioner providing strategic communications advice to Chambré clients, having extensive experience of media relations and public affairs in Ireland (ROI). His working life has spanned three inter-linked careers; political journalism and broadcasting, political party executive and communications consultant. He has worked with a number of leading corporates in Ireland on their communications and public affairs needs.


Rohan Boyle

Associate

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Rohan is an experienced writer and editor, specialising in clean energy and the environment. A regular contributor to Bloomberg, he has written for The Guardian, The Times and a number of public policy titles. Rohan also works with clients to tailor their message, producing compelling media copy and evidence-based reports to help them make their case to government.