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I am a naturally creative person, with a particular interest in interior design. I am fascinated by the enormous impact our environment can have on us - to relax, inspire, encourage and excite. I am lucky enough to have spent much of my life on the West coast of Ireland and I am continually inspired by the wild and rugged coast. I love creating with whatever I have found on the beach, pressed wildflowers and local natural tweeds. I am eager and ambitious. As a self-confessed perfectionist, I devote all my energy and imagination to the job at hand.
Worked for an innovative and exciting startup; Learnt about branding; Engaged with various forms of social media; Composed blogs and an Ebook; Responded to customer feedback; Set up and used feedback platform Feefo; Integrated marketing and sales software Hubspot, creating, for example, unique Calls to Action and customer keywords and personas.
Experienced the importance of customer care in a high-end retail business; the tall standards of professionalism, the positivity and appearance expected; the value of working in a team and the nature of selling. As well as, the basics of stock control, use of the till and importance of punctuality and reliability.
The research-heavy nature of my university degree demanded that I was self-motivated and driven in order to meet deadlines. Also, my degree proves I am able to present evidence in a convincing and appropriate manner. I found it particularly exciting probing historically accepted truths and striving for originality. I enjoyed meeting fellow students and researching presenting group projects to our peers.
At GCSE I was awarded 4 A*'s, 4 A's and 1 B. At A Level I was awarded an A in History, A* in Religious Studies and a B in French; At AS level also a B in Geography. I was Deputy Head Girl at school. This involved responsibility of large scale school charity events, organising and motivating different groups. As well as frequent public speaking and the importance of being a role model. I was also a Travel Scholar. I was awarded a scholarship by the school governors for the presentation and creation of a unique European trip investigating the effects of WW2 and the peace process in Kosovo, E. Europe. Further, I was a regular participant of Model United Nations. I attended many different conferences across the country. This developed my public speaking, research, debating, teamwork and critical thinking skills.