Opportunity fiend // Digital pro // Locked into London's happenings // All about doing everything with humour & creativity // Actively supporting business women since 2017 // Working HARD on my career since 2016Locked Pro Plan feature
Following an internship & social media management from Jan 2016, I thought I'd put my extensive knowledge of Seenit's tech & history to good use by working there full-time! Since Aug 2017, I primarily produce content & run social channels for Seenit. I also action events, set company tone, look for partnerships, & WEAR MANY HATS (#startuplife) for one of the "Hottest Startups in London" (Wired, 2017)
Future Girl Corp (FGC) is a non-profit set up by Sharmadean Reid & a host of London's leading businesswomen. After attending their 12hr workshop event in 2016, I applied & obtained the role of Social Media lead & Event Aide for 2017. In 2017 I created assets & captured our monthly events for socials, and nurtured our community. For 2018, the FGC team is converting 2017's programme into an online platform so anyone can start their own FGC network/events anywhere & learn the skills they need to run a business.
Human Geography with a bias to understand & critique through an economic lens is my vibe. My key interests from my 3-year degree were; urban studies of L.A, business functions, and the place of technology & science in society.
My teammate, Hannah, and I applied for the Innovators Race hosted by Barclays and Capgemini. This was a challenge to come up with an idea that combines both banking and innovative/new tech. We posted our video with the description of the idea and as our video obtained enough votes we were granted a pitch to the powers at Capgemini and Barclays; an event that took place on 27/11/2015. Out of the 9 teams selected to go to this event, our team were 1 of the 3 finalists but unfortunately not the winners. Hannah and I were commended for the simplicity of our idea and engaging presentation skills.