Louis Brooke

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NationalityBritish
Member ofEXPOSE Network, Zinc Network

Louis Brooke was suggested as director of the UK government propaganda network Zinc Network. Given his CV, it is possible he contributed to regime change in Kenya.[When?][citation needed]

Career

His LinkedIn hints at his work to promote British government interests: "Louis has a particular interest in the geopolitics of East Africa and the former Soviet bloc and today passionately leads the development and delivery of projects in these areas that aim to go beyond one-way messaging and instead become an integral part of good governance and security policy."

His career has spanned a number of key leadership and project management roles in marketing and communications specialising in government, finance and social enterprise. During Louis’ time at ZINC Network he has set up East African offices and consulted on CVE projects on behalf of the UK government at the European Commission.[1]

Managing Director

Sep 2015 – Present

London, United Kingdom

Responsible for all aspects of International work for Zinc Network, across country offices in Kenya, Somalia, Tunisia, Estonia, Australia and Iraq. Developed a portfolio of work globally worth £8m p/a. Oversee all aspects of portfolio including strategy, creative, implementation, budget, client management and business development.

Responsible for all aspects of International work for Zinc Network, across country offices in Kenya, Somalia, Tunisia, Estonia, Australia and Iraq. Developed a portfolio of work globally worth £8m p/a. Oversee all aspects of portfolio including strategy, creative, implementation, budget, client management and business development.


Team Leader Strategic Comunications Advisory Team

EU DG for Migration and Home Affairs (DG Home)

Sep 2014 – Sep 2015

Belgium

Established a team within EU DG Home to build the capacity of member states to undertake strategic communications campaigns around Counter-terrorism and Counter Violent Extremism issues. Led a team of 6, established network of senior communications and counter terrorism officials from 24 member states within the EU which met on monthly basis of knowledge sharing and training sessions, led 10 consultancy visits to different EU member states which involved on the ground research with senior politicians and officials from the police Ministry of Interior and intelligence as well as representatives from communities and media. For each member state led the development of comprehensive strategy including specific campaigns as well as organisational reforms required. Resulted in 3 member states establishing dedicated units within Ministries and 6 Member states launching campaigns, within the year.



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