what brought you to jbp?
I graduated from University of St Andrews in 2018. During my time at university, I had a brilliant time working in a range of press and publicity-facing roles for different student societies. This gave me my first experience of working in press and media relations.
After I graduated, I went to work at Exeter Northcott Theatre as a programme co-ordinator, but I knew I wanted to find a role that allowed me to delve back into the world of communications. Working with JBP offered me the opportunity to get a great hands-on experience in the industry and the chance to work with an exciting range of different clients.
tell us about your role:
As a researcher, my day-to-day role at JBP is never the same. I conduct media monitoring and in-depth research for a range of our clients, ensuring that we’re always on top of our clients’ reputation and public image.
how does charlotte make it brilliant?
Public Relations / Communication / Research / Media Relations
and finally, what do you do in your spare time?
I will try my hand at anything from to rowing to laughter yoga! I am a keen cook and I love to try out new recipes. Outside of cooking or laughter yoga, I enjoy visiting the theatre or watching stand-up comedy with friends.