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Emma Tommasini joins Nature Partnership team

MEDIA RELEASE: June 1 2022: Leading strategic insights consultancy Nature today announced the promotion of Emma Tommasini to Partner, effective immediately.

Ms Tommasini joined Nature in 2016 as a Senior Consultant, where she progressed to the position of Director before taking her latest role. She brings with her a wealth of strategic expertise in the FMCG and financial services sectors, while being highly adept in people leadership and management as well as having been pivotal in evolving Nature’s business capabilities.

Ms Tommasini said: “I’m absolutely thrilled to be joining the partnership group at Nature. I’m proud to be part of an award-winning agency, filled with brilliant minds and a people-first culture. In my new role I look forward to focusing on my passion area of people and people development, and being a strong leader for young women in the business.”

Nature Founder and Managing Partner, Chris Crook, said: “We are extremely excited to have Emma on board as a Partner. Since she joined six years ago, she has been a stalwart force at Nature throughout her journey from Senior Consultant to Associate Director to Senior Associate Director to Director to now.

“The decision to promote Emma was really a no-brainer. It comes at a pivotal time of growth for Nature and is part of our investment in people and services, with a focus on fresh perspectives, learning and development.

“Emma’s expertise in strategic projects, her critical thinking and problem-solving approaches and her passion points for people, leadership and learning make her an asset to the company. I’m proud to continue to work alongside Emma as Nature evolves,” he said.

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