Why was PR your chosen career?
I fell into it purely by chance but it must have been serendipity because I’ve loved it from the start and haven’t looked back since, and that was 13 yrs ago!
If you hadn’t chosen a career in PR, what would you be doing?
Either working with animals or a midwife. I loved the idea of being a part of that truly amazing moment of birth but I’m not great with blood or gore so it’s probably for the best that I didn’t head down that path.
What’s the best piece of advice you have ever been given?
To never look back with regrets and to always look ahead and embrace change.
If you won the lottery, how would you spend it?
If we’re talking millions, I’d escape this cold weather and seek the sunshine with family and close friends firstly then probably give some to a charity and invest the rest for a rainy day.
What’s the worst job you’ve ever had?
One of the hardest times of my career was selling pre-paid funeral packages… I was terrible at it and only lasted 3 weeks.
If you were an animal, what would you be and why?
I’d be a Labrador! I love my food, I’m a good listener, very loyal and always happy to snuggle on the sofa!
If you could, would you live forever and why/why not?
I’m split – I’d be intrigued to see how far technological advancements have gone but I don’t think I would want to see the environmental impact on earth in 100 years’ time– it’s a scary prospect.
Who are your top three dream dinner guests?
Victoria Wood (RIP), James Martin and Ant & Dec (they count as one don’t they?). James would cook up a feast, Victoria would make us laugh and Ant & Dec would have some pretty interesting stories to share for a fun night.