Kirsty Turnbull

  • LocationAshley Green, Chesham, United Kingdom



  • Fashion
  • Advertising
  • Marketing PR
  • Theatre
  • TV
  • Branding
  • Print Design
  • Presenting
  • Events PR
  • Social Media Marketing
  • TV Campaigns
  • Communications
  • Photoshop
  • Powerpoint
  • Word

Work history


PR Account Handler

Extreme Sport

Jan 2016
  • Press release writing Interviewing Writing stories up for the press Developing relationships with the media Social media accounts – Facebook, Twitter Researching and contacting potential clients


Healthypr Account Handler


Apr 2015 - Aug 2015
  • Press release writing Media event planning and organising Interviewing Writing stories up for the press Developing relationships with the media Social media accounts – Facebook, Twitter Researching and contacting potential clients Organising trials of products


PR, Marketing and Creative Assistant

Jamie Wei Huang

May 2014 - Nov 2014
  • Researching trends for new lines Created online shop with advertising Liaised with Press and magazines on shoots and interviews Researched sponsorship companies Developing relationships with buyers / Big stores Assisting on shoots Collecting press clippings Daily updating of social media Interacting and engaging with social media audience Organising samples incoming/outgoing.


Mar 2014 - May 2014
  • Used Sysomos Database tool to pull information for research projects Daily Newsletter to team on top press stories, relating to project work Researched Potential ideas for clients Complied and wrote copy for reports


Restaurant Host

The Grove Hotel

May 2013 - Aug 2013
  • In this 5 star hotel I was required to deliver a high level of service to a broad range of guests with high service expectations. I would normally be one of two Hosts on a specific shift, which required a high degree of planning and coordination to meet the demands of our guests.


Trainee Manager

The White Horse

Nov 2012 - Mar 2013
  • Multi task and prioritise workload effectively Liaise with chefs on menu updates Plan rotas Promotion through advertising PR events - (greeting guests off a train with mulled wine and mince pies) Managing staff relationships Researched and planned events such as New Years Eve evening


Advertising Intern

Seven Stones

Jan 2011 - Jan 2013
  • Valuable and transferable skill set in this fast paced sector Assisted on photo shoots Used Photoshop and InDesign to create adverts Created Apps Transcribe Market research interviews Formulated reports from surveys and Interviews Assisted in account handling with client meetings and creating briefs Pitched to clients and team Creating Campaigns and mailers and other marketing tools


Bartender & Host

Brassiere Blanc

Mar 2012 - Nov 2012
  • Serving a variety of cocktails Creating new cocktails Barista skills Wine tasting - the variation of grapes Responsible for ensuring customer satisfaction Building relationships with customers



BA: Marketing, Advertising and Communications

Undergraduate of Gloucestershire

Aug 2013 - Jan 2016
  • I have just completed my second year at University, which has introduced me to Advertising, PR and social media modules alongside Customer Behaviour, Marketing skills, and Communications while also undertaking the CIM Certificate in Marketing for which I have now completed The Introductory Certificate in Marketing and The Certificate in Professional Marketing. This has given me a good understanding of the fundamental principles in Marketing, Advertising and communications. Marketing, Advertising and communications Year One – 2:1, Year two – 2:1


Level 3 Diploma in Art and Design (fashion Pathway

The Institute

Aug 2011 - Jun 2012
  • BTEC: Level 3 Diploma in Art and Design (Fashion Pathway) - Double Grade Distinction/Merit


Psychology C, Sociology

Chesham High School

Aug 2008 - Jul 2010
  • A Levels :


1 A, 6 4 C’s (including English, Maths and Science

Abbots Hill

Aug 2003 - Jul 2008
  • GCSE



Certificate in Professional Marketing

  • Marketing (mandatory) - The role and function and function of marketing in some depth, as well as what influences the behaviour of your customers. You will be able to apply and adapt a marketing mix to satisfy customer needs. Integrated Communications (mandatory) - The many different ways of communicating with customers, both inside and outside the organisation. And then you will have the choice of two electives: Customer Experience - Understand all aspects of your customers


The Introductory Certificate in Marketing

  • Marketing Principles (mandatory) The function of marketing and its role in an organisation, as well as how the marketing mix is used to satisfy customer needs. Customer Communications (mandatory) The different customers that organisations have, and ways of communicating with those customers, through building a marketing communications plan.


Food Hygiene Level 1 Certificate

  • Level one in food hygiene


Bronze D Of E

  • Bronze award Level