Jackie ran the factual film team at Comic Relief, overseeing all aspects of production of films on BBC ONE and latterly Red Nose Day USA on NBC, raising tens of millions of pounds.
Across 20 years at the charity she managed relationships with contributors, commissioners and clients, as well as a large roster of film making production talent.
Jackie is a specialist at simplifying complex messages and using high emotion to stimulate mass audiences to act.
She has also produced films for Unicef, Malaria No More and The Gates Foundation amongst others, as well as acting as creative consultant for documentaries and live events for organisations who have social purpose at the heart of their business objectives.
After starting life as news wire journalist with the Press Association, Mark moved to ITV before becoming Head of Creative and Social Media Content at Comic Relief.
Across his 20 year career he has helped to create countless powerful films and moments of social content which are short on script and high on emotion.
Now via Really Good Films he is helping organisations tell the real life stories behind who they are.
Mark is also a bestselling parenting author and his titles have been translated into multiple languages.