Rachel Unsworth was employed by the Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust to collate, edit and review our lengthy and complex annual report. She produced a document that was flawlessly edited in a timely and thoroughly professional manner. Due to Rachel's capable and prompt handling of the report we were able to sign it off early for the first time in the Trust's history.
Debbie Kirby, Head of External Communications,
June 2015 to August 2016
Rachel is a great asset when putting together publications, from researching the material to writing, copy editing and proof reading. Her attention to detail is fantastic, and she has an ability to make things sound really appealing - in all our destination marketing work, this has added real value.
Alice Van Sertima, Business Development Officer | Strategic Regeneration, Planning and Olympic Legacy, London Borough of Newham
Rachel gets the very best interviews and quotes from a diverse range of people in a diverse range of situations. Always grasping the brief immediately, Rachel manages to get to the core of the subject swiftly and intelligently. Her copywriting, editing and proof reading is consistent, thorough and painstakingly accurate, whilst her ability to please the needs of a whole host of stakeholders within one simple piece of copy is genius.
Elvie-Jo Shergold, Head of Marketing and Communications, Barnet College (formerly Head of Marketing and Communications, Tower Hamlets College)
We have worked with Rachel Unsworth on our most important publications aimed at visitors to Green Street, Stratford and Royal Docks. Rachel's writing is superb, she always manages to really capture the essence of an area and never fails to impress. Rachel also has a very good knowledge of the area around 2012 Games and this local knowledge is invaluable. Rachel is without doubt the best writer I have ever worked with and I would not hesitate to recommend her.
Anna Reade, Visitor Economy Advisor, London Borough of Newham
Rachel Unsworth has raised the profile of the organisation through her excellent writing skills - interpreting complex reports, producing sensitive personal case studies and negotiating with local and national media to protect the organisation’s reputation.
Rachel’s writing skills are exemplary making complex and at times unexciting content into clear, concise and readable copy for all levels of understanding.
Anne Corfield, Communications Manager, NHS Havering
Rachel has been working for us covering a vacant post for a Publications and Publicity Manager, in a small but very busy Communications Department.
Quite simply, she has been superb. She is a very good writer, fast, accurate and punchy. Her interpersonal skills are excellent and she can deal with people at all levels.
When she first joined us, she was new to the NHS, but was able to hit the ground running. She very quickly assimilated a great deal of knowledge, both about the organisation and the wider NHS.
Pat Trinnaman, Associate Director of Communications, Basildon and Thurrock University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Rachel has worked on a number of projects for me over the last two years. She has been extremely successful at selling in story ideas to a wide range of media and is skilled at writing copy for a wide range of publications and audiences. She has always been reliable, flexible, hard working a real pleasure to work with.
Emma Joy, Media and PR Manager, Newham Unit for 2012 Games
The OFSTED inspector said she had read (your article) after day one, and it had superbly contextualised the outstanding improvements over the last two years, which she might not have realised so clearly without it. An important element of your work for the article was in the skill you had teasing out the issues from the Deputy Head in your interview.
Andrew Hall, Headteacher, Eleanor Smith School, Canning Town