Olivia is a Senior Account Executive at BlueSky Education.
She quickly builds strong relationships with both clients and the media to effectively produce quality content for high profile and determined clients, from leading business schools like Cambridge Judge Business School at the University of Cambridge, NEOMA Business School, ESCP Business School, and MIP Politecnico di Milano School of Management to international think tanks like The Class of 2020, and many more around the world.
Olivia is experienced in delivering targeted media visibility for her clients through her thoughtful and diligent approach to public relations. She is organised and committed to achieving excellence, operating with genuine care and consideration, always keeping a project or client’s goals at the forefront of her work. This well-thought-out and tailored approach has secured strong relationships with key journalists and editors, from important dedicated trade press such as Global Education Times, BusinessBecause, HR Director and Finance Monthly to major international media like The Financial Times, VICE and Forbes. This helps her to consistently understand trends in the media agenda and effectively capitalise on them for her clients.
She is often recognised for her immaculate ghost-writing on behalf of academics and key stakeholders, including Deans, as well as her well-crafted press releases, impactful use of journalist databases, targeted pitching and interesting blogs. Through this diverse and successful work, she continues to be seen as ‘safe hands’ for ambitious institutions and organisations in need of targeted communications and marketing support and advice that meets their objectives, thus delivering significant ROI.
Olivia is armed with a degree in Politics & International Relations from the University of Manchester, one of the UK’s highest-ranking universities, and has previous corporate experience before joining BlueSky Education. Her increasing visibility in the industry, especially on Twitter, is fast making her one of the most recognisable communications professionals in the graduate management education sector.