I am a journalist working with small companies and big causes to create compelling evidence-based communications.
I craft and broadcast accurate and timely social media messages, blogs and articles, finding refreshing ways to communicate to the public. I know how to talk to other journalists and editors when it comes to attention-grabbing press releases.
Together, we share your powerful messages. I am a team player and happy to join the team adding flexible communications capacity.
More about Elisabeth Winkler
After 18 months as a political columnist in the Bristol Evening Post, I was editor for the Soil Association for eight years (2001 to 2009).
For 18 months during lockdowns (2020-2021), I was the senior press officer for Women’s Aid.
Fast freelancer with flair and focus, I add hit-the-ground-running senior communications capacity to your existing team.
I authored Eventful Journeys, based on interviews with two refugees from Nazi Europe. A short memoir, Ashes, was shortlisted in the Fish Publishing Short Memoir 2013 Awards. I was commissioned by Changing Face Collective in 2015 to write a verbatim play based on interviews with people affected by accelerated gentrification in Lambeth; Where Will We Live? received a four-star review from The Stage. In 2016, I performed York in a regendered Barded Ladies production of Henry VI part 3 in the Bristol Shakespearian Festival. In 2018, I performed Mistress Quickly in the Apricity adaption of Henry IV parts 1+ 2. In 2019, my work made the Fish long-list for Flash Fiction (Milk) and Poetry (Marram). In 2019, I self-published two ebooks: Ashes a memoir to my late husband, Adrian Reid; and the ebook publication of his best-selling novel, Confessions of Hitch-hiker. I was published in Mslexia in 2020.