Eileen, as forthright as she is courageous, has no problem making herself heard though, when she still lived in the Fairy Kingdom, was well aware her royal status made it much easier for her to be able to share her message. She nearly always did so when carrying out engagements for the Queen (often annoying the latter given these visits were never meant to be political but having your heir moan about magical power abuses and with the Fairy News Network covering and broadcasting every word, this was embarrassing. This was made more embarrassing as the Queen realised she could hardly silence that heir. People would ask questions).
Hanastrew has learned to use her good looks to help her get interviews with FNN when she wants them. Okay she has to put up with Roherum's toadying towards her (he does this with everyone bar the Queen and Eileen) but if it means she can get her message across and it can help the fairy squad in any way, Hanastrew has no trouble doing this. Her colleagues are not so comfortable with it though they appreciate their boss's attempts to boost their morale and public standing.
So do your characters want to make themselves heard? Why? How do they do it? What happens when they get it wrong? (And they will, we all do!).