Keith Burnet has over 30 years’ experience in communications roles in the public, private and not-for-profit sectors. Most recently he was Managing Director of Communications and Publishing at Chatham House (the Royal Institute of International Affairs) working with its executive and non-executive leadership to develop and implement organisational and communications strategies. With an overall remit to broaden and diversify audiences, Keith led on media relations, brand, digital content and the institute’s magazine The World Today and journal International Affairs. He also co-chaired the institute’s Co-Lab, an initiative designed to bring more creativity and immersive experiences to think tank audiences. His earlier roles include with Wood Mackenzie & Co, NatWest Securities, Wiley-Blackwell, the Industrial Society (now Work Foundation), the Disablement Income Group and the Labour party. Keith studied business and politics at Oxford Brookes University, UK and Curtin University, Western Australia.