Meet our team

Meet the people who make up the 15Hatfields family.

Our wonderful team are the heartbeat of everything we do at 15Hatfields, from championing and driving our ambitious sustainability ethos to running exceptional events. Get to know the people behind your next event at 15Hatfields.

Contact us for a tour of 15H with General Manager Warren Campbell, a thought leader in sustainability with long-standing events experience.

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Warren, when did you start at 15Hatfields and how have you developed?

In February 2008, I was brought in to advise the Chartered Institute of Environmental Health (CIEH) on a new project and help develop it. At this point, the concept was nothing more than a seedling; they were thinking of transforming the ground floor of their central London office into hireable venue space.

From this germ of an idea, the 15Hatfields brand, identity and ethos has flourished into what it is today. Creating the venue of my dreams has been fantastic, from the brand, business model, right down to my wonderful, hand-picked team! 15Hatfields has been one of the best challenges of my life, with the added value of raising awareness for sustainability.

Truly rewarding!

Why do you like working for 15Hatfields?

We are an independent, fluid and versatile venue. The team and I focus on the important aspects of venue management, making sure sustainability is built into every decision we make - it really is ingrained into us! Having the flexibility to explore and be creative when sourcing new materials, food and supplies has enabled us to raise the bar when it comes to sustainable business planning and the challenges involved have been so rewarding.

We constantly review and find new solutions to sustainable issues which, on paper, seem impossible. My team is amazing and constantly deliver the highest level of customer service with a real 'can do' attitude. On top of that, our long-term relationships with clients, suppliers and stakeholders make my job at 15Hatfields delightful!

What is your best sustainable advice?

The stewardship of the planet is our collective responsibility - try to take small steps in all aspects of your life to reduce your environmental impact. Turning your heating down by just two degrees will not only save you money but will help protect the planet too.

Joe Harris, Client Services Manager, is here to help you with smart event solutions tailored to your needs.

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Joe, when did you start at 15Hatfields and how have you developed?

I started as a part-time employee in early 2012. After six months, I was made full-time before eventually becoming the Client Services Manager. I've gradually adopted the role of 'sustainable sourcer' due to my unmatched ability to find the best sustainable alternative for products and services used within the venue. As well as learning about the management side of the business, I've had many training opportunities over the years including a comprehensive photography course in order to become our in-house photographer.

Why do you like working for 15Hatfields?

The people! The 15Hatfields crew are a close-knit bunch and, no matter how busy we are, we always find the time to have a giggle. Whether in the office or on the floor, every day the venue is a hive of activity and spirits are usually high. We have strong working relationships with our clients, many of whom have been using the venue for years - it is always great to see a familiar face, as well as meeting new ones.

What is your best sustainable advice?

Shop local! We use local suppliers at the venue, including Blackbird Bakery. They supply us with the delicious organic cakes that we offer. The lockdown at the start of the pandemic was an opportunity to explore my own local area, and I have discovered some real gems, including an amazing Portuguese deli with mind-blowing pastel de nata, and a tiny record store with some pretty obscure vinyl.

Positive energy: Sam Carter, our Receptionist and Venue Assistant.

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Sam, when did you start at 15Hatfields and how have you developed?

I started working for 15Hatfields in October 2018. For me, this was the beginning of a new chapter, entering the organisation came at the perfect time, coming from different fields of work and having multiple skills under my belt. Accepting the challenge to be part of a sustainable venue has been, and is, the best decision I’ve ever made.

Why do you like working for 15Hatfields?

I like that 15Hatfields is a clean, secure environment where health and safety is a key priority, especially when we welcome thousands of delegates and organisers into our venue every year. Seeing smiling faces and feeling the positive energy of my fellow staff members really helps to navigate the intricacies of events, and makes the hard work even more rewarding.

Best sustainable advice?

Think, feel, live and speak sustainability.

Service and sustainability: Mark Perrett, Receptionist and Venue Assistant.

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Mark, when did you start at 15Hatfields and how have you developed?

I started working at 15Hatfields in 2018. I feel like my knowledge of the events industry has vastly improved since joining 15Hatfields, as well as my awareness on how truly important it is to be the driving force in making sustainable and environmental changes within the industry, as well as in our everyday lives.

Why do you like working for 15Hatfields?

The sustainable principles that we embody and the actions that we take when it comes to being the most environmentally friendly venue in London are things that I really feel strongly about. The team we have at 15Hatfields are also a huge delight to work with.

What is your best sustainable advice?

Knowing which rubbish goes where! It’s important to know what can be recycled and what goes in general waste. Try to make sure that the distribution of rubbish doesn’t get mixed up and complicate the process.

Our amazing team are there for you: Anca Tudoriu, Event Supervisor.

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Anca, when did you start at 15Hatfields and how have you developed?

I was employed in January 2020 and am the newest member of the team. So far, my main goal is to learn as much as possible and, as my duties and responsibilities increase, I can only see it as a sign of growth and progression.

Why do you like working for 15Hatfields?

I like working for 15Hatfields because of the amazing team I am part of. The open communication between all employees and management and the constant appreciation we receive makes it the perfect work environment.

What is your best sustainable advice?

Plan your meals in advance so that you don’t buy too much food in order to help reduce food waste.

"I love working here, we are like a small family" – Nicole Thomas, Venue Administration Assistant.

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Nicole, when did you start at 15Hatfields and how have you developed?

I started working for CIEH in 2005, a few years before 15Hatfields opened. When it first opened, Warren asked me to extend my role from Reception to Administration Assistant for 15Hatfields too. I've been part of the team ever since and have taken on more responsibility over the years. 

Why do you like working for 15Hatfields?

I love working here! We're encouraged to push ourselves and grow alongside 15Hatfields. Like Warren, I've been here since the very beginning, so it feels like we are more than a team, we’re great friends and like a small family really!

What is your best sustainable advice?

Turn the lights off when you leave a room and the tap off when you brush your teeth. Wash your laundry at 30 degrees if it’s not too dirty!

Sustainable ethos in work and life: Danielle Farrell, Marketing Assistant.

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Danielle, when did you start at 15Hatfields and how have you developed?

I started working at 15Hatfields in 2019, shortly after graduating. Although I divide my time between CIEH and 15Hatfields, the sustainable challenges that come with 15Hatfields have been a pleasure to overcome and make my role much more exciting. Like the rest of the team, these sustainable challenges have pushed me to develop my own sustainable ethos in my work and social life.

Why do you like working for 15Hatfields?

The team is comparatively smaller than the majority of venues, but that’s what makes it work so well! The small business feel of 15Hatfields provides scope for growth and development within the team and allows a personalised touch for each client experience. I love that I’ve been able to take on so much responsibility in such a small amount of time!

What is your best sustainable advice?

Try to reduce your meat consumption where possible. This is the single-best thing we can do to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, as well as decreasing the pressure on land and water usage.

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