“Leah is a complete professional who provides focussed communications advice and absolutely delivers no matter the timeframe or medium. Leah’s messages cut through – whether it’s good news or driving strategy. She draws on an extensive network of personal relationships to find opportunities to leverage the business.”
“Leah is an experienced, insightful and professional communications practitioner with exceptional writing skills. She has a high awareness of reputation and issues management approaches to stakeholder communications.
Methmac Communications has provided AGL Loy Yang with communications support over a number of years as part of the in-house corporate communications team, and has also been engaged to develop communications strategies, issues papers, and plans.”
“Leah provided valuable support to our media relations and the development of corporate communication material. Leah’s writing style and ability to communicate complex academic information in a clear and concise way greatly enhanced the quality of our media releases. She also provided a fresh perspective to the projects being undertaken, drawing on her broad experience. I would strongly recommend Leah to any organisation looking for a communication specialist."
“The Gippsland Water Factory Alliance (GWFA) approached Methmac Communications in 2006 for assistance with public engagement for the Gippsland Water Factory project, and again in 2011 to assist us with category selection, preparation and submission of entries to the nationally recognised Banksia Foundation Sustainability Awards.
We were thrilled when Leah’s work resulted in two category awards, together with the overall Gold Banksia award for the most outstanding sustainability project in Australia in 2011. This result was way beyond our expectations and is credit to the professionalism of Leah and her team.
Our experiences with Methmac Communications are best expressed in the words of the Banksia judges: ‘The judges found this to be a very effective example of community and political engagement and also commented on the degree of detail considered in engaging the local public’.”