Co-founder of the "I'm Tired" Project, director of Black Girl Festival, communications coordinator at a disability charity, writer & social media editor at gal-dem magazine.
Director at Black Girl Festival, the UK's first festival celebrating black women and girls. Duties include scheduling and uploading content on social media channels, creating and sending out press releases, increasing engagement and our following which has reached over 11,000 followers across Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
Communications coordinator at Back Up, a disability charity. Duties include scheduling social media content, running paid promotions and campaigns, providing cross-team support on their communications, managing the website, managing and organising photo and video assets, copy-writing, sending out major email communications, and generating national and regional press interest.
Social media editor at gal-dem, an award-winning online and print magazine comprised of women of colour. Duties include scheduling and uploading content on social media channels, planning campaigns to support events, increasing engagement and growing our following which has reached over 50,000 on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
Co-founder of the “I’m Tired Project", an award-wining social media campaign which aims to highlight the significance of micro-aggressions and stereotypes. Duties include managing contributors, organising and managing events, speaking in front of large audiences and pitching ideas to galleries and potential collaborators. The project has received coverage from the New York Times, BuzzFeed, The Huffington Post and Metro as well as being featured on BBC Radio Nottingham and our following on Facebook has reached over 40,000.
Communications Assistant within the External Relations department at the University of Nottingham. Duties included liaising with the different faculties and schools managing relationships with these stakeholders on behalf of the University, copy-writing, editing CMS, scheduling and uploading content on the University's official social media channels.
Junior Account Executive internship at Redbrick Communications, a PR and reputation management firm. Duties included writing press releases, managing the social media accounts of various clients, using Hootsuite efficiently.
Research and Social Media internship at The BBC in London on a world service radio programme called The Forum. Duties include creating and managing social media content for The Forum’s Facebook and Twitter pages researching prospective guests for the show.
Social Media internship at Shake Social, a social media marketing agency in Lace Market. Duties included brainstorming and formulating creative digital content for an array of clients.
2007 to 2010 – 9 GCSE subjects - Business Studies (A*), Core Science (A*), English Language (A*), English Literature (A*), History (A*), Mathematics (A*), Additional Science (A), Drama (A), French (A).
Graduated with a 2:1 in BA (Hons) Sociology at The University of Nottingham.
2010 to 2011 – 4 AS-level subjects - English Literature (A), History (A), Economics (B), Mathematics (B). 2011 to 2012 – 3 A2-level subjects – History (A), English Literature (B), Mathematics (C).
Was awarded the Points of Light award on behalf of former Prime Minister David Cameron for The "I'm Tired" Project, an award-wining social media campaign which aims to highlight the significance of micro-aggressions and stereotypes.