Krissy Koslicki


Krissy is a corporate communications specialist who has advised entrepreneurs and business leaders, from start-ups through to FTSE 100 organisations.

Krissy is an experienced corporate communications professional who has advised entrepreneurs and business leaders, from start-ups through to FTSE 100 organisations.

Her experience spans global campaign management, issues handling, media strategy, brand creation, narrative development and corporate repositioning.

She specialises in issues based campaigning for mission driven brands and individuals that are using business as a force for good in society.

Krissy leads the campaigns we deliver for some of Britain’s most influential entrepreneurs including the founder of Cobra Beer, Lord Bilimoria, founder of Ella’s Kitchen, Paul Lindley and Peter Jones CBE.

She has also been at the heart of the creation and growth of Seven Hills’ purpose portfolio which incorporates the change makers and campaigners that are realising the positive potential of business.

Specifically, Krissy leads the international communications for the premier global forum for young leaders, One Young World, as well as our work with Clearly and #valuable – major global campaigns that are tackling some of the world’s largest unaddressed social issues.

Krissy was included in the 2015 PRWeek 30 Under 30 list which recognises outstanding talent and achievement across the industry.

Prior to joining Seven Hills, Krissy worked at Bell Pottinger where she delivered strategic media campaigns for internationally recognised brands.

She advised clients including Kraft Foods, G4S and Korn Ferry on their profile and positioning surrounding key corporate milestones. Most notably, in 2012 she was part of the team delivering the corporate communications programme for the launch of global snacking company, Mondelēz International.

Krissy has strong international experience delivering campaigns for global brands in both North and South America – as well as across Asia and Europe working with market specific delivery partners.