Grace Biddulph
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Grace Biddulph

Communications, research and campaign strategistBristol, United Kingdom
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Grace Biddulph
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Grace Biddulph

Communications, research and campaign strategistBristol, United Kingdom
Work history
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    Communications and Engagement OfficerTeach2Teach International
    Bristol, United KingdomFreelance
    • Successfully led on the re-design of the charity’s website using Squarespace website design in line with the charities re-branding which has included curating new content, editing existing content, creating new functions and creatively selecting updated imagery and video. Using informed insight from google reports and analytics to ensure it is easy to navigate and includes clear call-to-action, this is due to go live 09/2020. • Designed and implemented a campaign for the purpose to engage donors that raised £7000 in donations • Produced multiple newsletters using Mailchimp working within tight timeframes including responses to COVID-19 pandemic • Conceptually designed multiple infographics for use in marketing materials that better articulate the charities focus and impact • Created successful engagement opportunities including establishing a working partnership with the City of London School for Girls and a future partnership with the University of Oxford Charity Institute • Set up and managed social media accounts for the purpose of business exposure and implemented monitoring processes • Introduced an ethical framework around communications learnt from a training experience • Organised online filing systems in line with GDPR protocol • Developed a strong working relationship with Ghanaian partners to ensure their perspectives are fed into T2T communication materials • Streamlined consent processes within the charity to ensure safeguarding policy is followed
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    Policy and Campaigns Outreach OfficerUniversity of Bristol Students Union
     - Bristol, United KingdomPart Time
    • Successfully engaged students to participate in student voting processes through online and face-to-face outreach work leading to an increase in student voting numbers • Worked directly with student reps and JCR’s to promote campaigns in student halls • Worked at several student events including freshers fairs, women’s network meet-ups, disabled student meet-ups and led the café crawl • Communicated with students via the on-campus tea tent • Assisted with communications for student council sessions including producing materials
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Skills
  • Communication
  • Copywriting
  • Qualitative Research
  • Storytelling
  • Editing
  • Analytical Thinking
  • Digital Marketing
  • Creative Writing
  • Strategy Development
Education
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    MSc Gender and International RelationsUniversity of Bristol
    Bristol, United Kingdom
    • Selection of modules: feminisms and international relations, international security, theories of international relations, gender and development, foreign policy analysis and international human rights. • Dissertation: 15,000-word primary research project that explored the barriers for women trying to achieve a political status in Somaliland. This involved conducting 11 expert interviews within the country assessing the difficulties for women political representation to create an original piece of research.
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    BA(Hons) PhilosophyManchester Metropolitan University
     - Manchester, United Kingdom
    • Selection of modules: philosophy of religion, Heidegger, philosophy of the body, philosophy of literature and history of philosophy. • Dissertation: 12,000-word study of the human condition in the 21st century. Key theoretical concepts include morality, politics, religion and human identity. The process of research and writing required me to evaluate and synthesize a wide range of material, assess its relevant merits and develop and defend my own personal argument.