Emma Marsh

Executive Director of Digital Technology and Communications, The RSPB

Emma worked in the public sector before moving to the UK Government delivery body and then the charity, WRAP, where she headed up the 'Love Food Hate Waste' campaign. In 2016, Emma joined the RSPB as Regional Director in the Midlands, and then England Director. She now leads the Digital Technology and Communications directorate where she ensures the charity makes the biggest possible difference for nature and people across these functions. Emma is a fellow of the RSA and has transformed the RSPB’s communications, leading award-winning campaigns such as Urgent Conversation, Attack on Nature and Save Our Wild Isles (the latter in collaboration with WWF and The National Trust).