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Harrow on the Hill
Friday, January 28, 2022

Editorial Team

Chris Mitchell

Founder

Chris, Founder of Harrow Online, has a clear, long-term strategy and has been the driving force behind the brands growth since 2010.

He developed the idea for launching his own social media news publishing business while working at the MOBO awards in 2009.

He believes people want news delivered in a modern fashion that paints a picture of the story as it develops.

He founded Harrow Online in February 2010.

Contact: chrism@harrowonline.org

Finley Harnett

Writer

Finley Harnett is an NCTJ Gold Standard-trained journalist, and has written for a range of local and national publications, including Harrow Online, City A.M., The Irish Post, and The Critic Magazine.

He currently works as a Communications Officer and Researcher for a Member of Parliament.

Contact: finley@harrowonline.org

Nicci Rae

Writer

Nicci Rae was born in Cumbria in 1971 and, apart from three years in Bahrain at a very young age, grew up in Barrow in Furness, a shipbuilding town famous for building submarines.

At the age of seventeen she moved to London to work for Mute Records who were hugely successful at the time with Erasure and Depeche Mode amongst others.

She has since worked in several different areas of the entertainment industry, including working on design and writing copy for DVD releases at Simply Media and is currently an author, freelance copywriter, PR professional and founder of Front Page Promotions, a pay as you go PR agency.

Nicci works with a number of high profile companies including Jimmy Choo, The Carers Association and Triple Two Coffee and writes regularly for Ezylet and Harrow Online.

Nicci currently lives in Harrow, North West London.

Nicci Rae is the author of: Beth Green, Badgers & Jam, Mad Bess Wood and Paper Cuts.

Contact: nicci@harrowonline.org

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