Bridie Wilkinson

Bridie Wilkinson

Co-Founder and Content strategistLondon, United Kingdom
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Bridie Wilkinson

Bridie Wilkinson

Co-Founder and Content strategistLondon, United Kingdom
About me
Passionate creative who thrives off of collaboration. Strong managerial, content, UX and communication skills, self-motivated and driven by a commitment to sharing stories, user needs, creativity and ideas. Co-founder of publishing platform for women, Dear Damsels, published writer and currently Digital Content Manager. Looking for content strategist, design and creation opportunities.
  • What She's Having
    What She's HavingWhole stories are made across a dinner table, and in What She’s Having, sixteen writers explore the complex and meaningful relationships that women have with the food we cook, eat and share.
  • Integrating content design at Breast Cancer Now
    Integrating content design at Breast Cancer NowContent design is a user-centred way of creating content. I implemented this strategy and way of working at Breast Cancer Now.
  • Dear Damsels
    Dear DamselsWe know that it’s all too common for women to feel like their voices aren’t worth anything. Dear Damsels helps women have their voices heard and their stories told.
  • Let Me Know When You're Home
    Let Me Know When You're HomeIn Let Me Know When You’re Home, fifteen women writers look at female friendship in all its forms, in a collection of fiction, non-fiction and poetry that is both a frank exploration of these relationships and a true celebration of what women can achieve with the support of each other.
  • Breast Cancer Now's podcast
    Breast Cancer Now's podcastManaged, hosted and produced Breast Cancer Now's flagship podcast.
  • Becca,  the breast cancer support app
    Becca, the breast cancer support appBecca is your pocket guide to moving forward after breast cancer treatment, produced by Breast Cancer Now
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Projects credited in
  • £1000 Challenge - Breast Cancer Now
    £1000 Challenge - Breast Cancer NowWorking with one of the UK's leading cancer charities - Breast Cancer now - I was commissioned to create the messaging and visual identity for their flagship research campaign the '£1,000 Challenge'. The campaign included elements of their iconic Pink Ribbon as well as images of researchers and supporters to capture a wide range of audiences. Within the project scope, I developed a campaign visual identity and core messaging of 'Join our Research Revolution', all print, digital and social med
  • Dear Damsels: States- two poems on landscape and belonging
    Dear Damsels: States- two poems on landscape and belongingIn April 2020 two poems of mine were published online by Dear Damsels as part of a Travel theme.
  • Poetry published on Dear Damsels - November 2019
    Poetry published on Dear Damsels - November 2019In November 2019 I was extremely grateful to have a poem I wrote published on Dear Damsels. Dear Damsels is an online platform and annual print publication that shares the voices and stories of women. My poem was a response to the monthly theme 'FEAST' and follows the well-known story of Adam and Eve, focusing mostly on Eve's rebellion. It is greatly inspired by Milton's Paradise Lost.
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Work history
    Digital Content ManagerBreast Cancer Now
    London, United KingdomFull Time
    I manage the Content team and oversee the content of Breast Cancer Now's website, microsites and apps. liaising with stakeholders and assisting teams in development, optimisation and design of their content. My work is focused on user experience, content design and research based solutions for content gaps and problems. I lead on the charity content strategy and work across the charity providing insight and leadership on subsequent content work and strategies across our key outputs. Previous to this role I was Digital Content Producer, the lead on producing content across the charity.
    Co-FounderDear Damsels
    London, United KingdomFreelance
    Dear Damsels is a publishing platform for women and non-binary writers, launched in 2016. Envisioned as a space to share experiences, stories and voices, we offer emerging writers publishing opportunities and an encouraging community to amplify their words and have their stories heard.
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  • Editing
  • Socia Media
  • Teamwork
  • Deadline Management
  • Clear Communication
  • Writing
  • Prioritisation
  • Helpful
  • Studio Management
  • Production/project Management
    BA English Literature
     - Norwich, United Kingdom