Connect PR are delighted to welcome its newest talent to the team, Natalie Moore. Natalie will be bringing her superb writing skills to the role of an account executive. As a way of getting to know her better, we thought we’d asked her a few questions to see what makes her tick. Take it away Natalie…
What did you do before joining Connect?
I’ve been spending the last three years completing my English Language degree at the University of Chester. I graduated in November 2015 and after taking a few summer months to wind down from my studies I was eager to get settled into my first post-education full time job and applied for a job here at Connect PR soon after graduating.
What’s been your favourite part of the job so far?
My first few weeks at Connect PR have flown by and I have learnt so much. I’ve had lots of highlights; I have to say meeting with some of our clients for the first time was very exciting. Understanding clients’ individual requirements and PR styles allowed me to get a real flavour for their PR needs. Writing and issuing my first press release was also very rewarding.
If you could go anywhere in the world on holiday where would you go?
There are so many places I’d love to visit. One place in particular would have to be Italy. My great great grandparents were Italian and I’d love to see where they lived. Australia, America and the Maldives are also high up on my ‘places to visit’ list.
If you became a multi-millionaire overnight, what would you buy?
It would have to be a big house in the countryside.
If you could meet any one person (alive or dead), who would it be?
An Elvis concert in the 60s would have been amazing! I loved the era and the music. The Beatles and Marilyn Monroe too – are such iconic characters I’d love to have met them and got a sneak peak into their personalities away from the tabloids.
Do you have any interesting facts about yourself?
I love performing arts and have performed in lots of shows and productions at the Grand Theatre in Wolverhampton. I also once donned a boiler suit and climbed The O2 in London
Cheers Natalie, great to have you on board.