Building on her experience as a journalist Lily now works as a freelance communications specialist working for a variety of clients in the private, public and third sector.
Her services include writing press releases, newsletters and leaflets, designing and maintaining content management system websites, event managment, social media management, fundraising and running campaigns.
Lily has worked for a broad range of clients including:
As Communications Manager for the IAIP Lily Canter held a number of responsibilities including writing press releases, responding to enquiries, writing newsletters, updating/developing the website, setting up and managing social media accounts and writing special feature articles. The IAIP is an international organisation linking the research and practices of academics, police, lawyers and other professionals around the world.
Lily worked as a media consultant for the Northamptonshire cycling charity and co-designed their cycling leaflet which was rolled out across the region. Click here to view the leaflet. She also ran their Northampton public art campaign in the local press and on BBC radio and designed and maintained the associated website.
This bespoke furniture business based in Northampton has been working with Lily since it set up in 2007. Lily was initially approached to design and update the website and now writes newsletters and press releases for the company.
Lily is the chair of this community film festival and is responsible for co-ordinating the awards ceremony, promoting the festival via social media, newspapers, magazines, websites and radio and building partnerships with local organisations.
Freed UK is a British health and education charity which works in a remote rural area in upper west Ghana. Lily is their official press officer and travels to Nandom to report on the progress of the charity. Lily’s coverage of the work of FREED UK has appeared in 7 regional newspapers across the UK, BBC Health Online and Third Sector magazine. Lily also promotes the charity on local BBC radio stations.