Corporate and Internal Communications Manager
Livia Oldland is the Corporate and Internal Communications Manager at BAS. She is responsible for the corporate communications of the organisation including stakeholder engagement, government and business relations, event management and promoting public engagement.
Livia leads the communications for a number of key corporate campaigns, including the Antarctic Infrastructure Modernisation (AIM) programme. This long-term programme will enable a world-leading capability to ensure that Britain remains at the forefront of climate, biodiversity and ocean research in the Polar Regions.
She is also responsible for internal communications and campaigns, including managerial oversight and development of the BAS intranet.
She also supports the Communications Team with media relations, including dealing with media enquiries, writing press releases, setting up interviews, arranging filming and offering media training to staff. Livia will be travelling to Antarctica from January 2020 to mid-February 2020 accompanying a media visit on the RRS James Clark Ross.
International Men’s Day: Burnout in Cambridge and in the Polar Regions
Blog 19 November, 2022
Extreme engineering: Practice makes perfect ahead of fitting out the new Discovery Building
Blog 23 November, 2021
Life in Antarctica
Blog 15 February, 2021
King Edward Point: A new wharf for the RRS Sir David Attenborough
Blog 17 April, 2020
COP26 Polar Net Zero
Event 5 November, 2021
Antarctica: Getting Ready for RRS Sir David Attenborough
News 19 December, 2019
LG Comms Future Leaders Graduate 2018-2019
CIPR Pride Award – Anglia, Thames and Chiltern Gold “Community Relations Campaign” Anglia, 2018
PR Week – Weaponsided Comms and the Value of Data, 2019
LG Comms Blog – Leadership into Practice, 2019