Ciara Buckley

Marketing and Management Assistant

  • LocationBlackrock, Ireland

About me


I am a MSc Marketing and Management Student at University College Cork where I previously studied for a BA International in Politics and French. I am an alumni member of the Washington Ireland Program, in association with which I completed an internship in the Office of the Department of Health and Human Services, Washington D.C. I have been active within the Cork based organisations S.H.A.R.E. and Penny dinners, the UCC based organization, Ulink Peer Support, engaged with UCC Entrepreneurial and Social Society, acted as a UCC class representative, worked with the the international organisation A.I.E.S.E.C., participation in the PepsiCo Women's Network and the DCU Ryan Academy Hackathon. I currently work for the IGNITE Graduate Business Innovation Centre.



  • Events
  • Marketing PR
  • Networking
  • Politics
  • Office
  • Word
  • Skateboarding
  • Management Comunications
  • French
  • Skiing
  • Management and Leadership

Work history


Marketing & Management Assistant

Ignite Graduate Business Innovation Centre

Mar 2016
  • • Manage Social Media accounts (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram) • Analyse Social Media data analytics • Update and maintain website with relevant information • Generate and disseminate graphics for marketing campaigns • Communicate with external partners to coordinate marketing campaigns • Facilitate event coordination • Support the administrative functions of the office • Conduct market research relating to brand recognition



US Department of Health and Human Services, Office of Intergovernmental and Foreign Affairs

May 2014 - Jul 2014



Management and Marketing

University College Cork

Aug 2015 - May 2016


    Politics and French Language and Culture

    University College Cork

    Aug 2009 - Sep 2014
    • BA International Politics and French



    Selected for the Washington Ireland Programme

    • The Washington Ireland Programme supports the peace and reconciliation efforts in Northern Ireland and Ireland. Identifying young people with a commitment to service and a track record of leadership, WIP builds their skills through work experience, educational opportunity, and hands-on citizenship both at home and in the US. Through these efforts, WIP is building the next generation of leaders that will achieve a peaceful, stable and prosperous future for Northern Ireland and Ireland.