Sean Curtis-Ward is an award-winning journalist and broadcaster. He has held senior management positions in UK and international newsrooms for more than thirty years. He was Head of Broadcasting at the UK’s national news agency, The Press Association and Foreign News Editor at ITN’s Worldwide Television News. He was managing director and co-founder of the leading video PR agency TNR Communications. TNR provides media services and training to blue chip companies and leading charities around the world. Clients include Nokia, Speedo, Legal and General, Rolex, and Guinness World Records.
As a journalist, he has covered stories all over the world from the Olympic Games and Soccer World Cup, rhino conservation in Zimbabwe, the civil war in Lebanon, the collapse of the communist regimes across Eastern Europe including the fall of the Berlin Wall and the Gulf war. He has specialised in human rights issues covering stories in East Timor, Albania, Kashmir and China.
Before launching Goodwork, Sean worked for the UK media charity, The Media Trust, as its head of news, running the Community Newswire and a project, Local360, to promote citizens’ journalism in the UK. At Media Trust he worked with large and small charities advising them how to promote their work and get into the news agenda.