The PMW team continues to grow

Earlier this month 27 year old Charlotte Leng, from Worthing, joined the every growing PMW PR Team. She will be looking after various regional clients including builder's merchants and also some of those in the charity sector. 

As PMW continues to grow and gain more and more new and exciting clients and business, so must their PR department so it's great to have Charlotte on board with her varied experience.

She joins us after working as Marketing Officer for two local hospice charities, Chestnut Tree House children's hospice and St Barnabas House adult's hospice. Within this role, Charlotte worked hard to spread the word about their amazing work. As well her charity work, Charlotte loves all things horsey! She has worked at both Lingfield Park and Fontwell Park Racecourses and knows a lot about the industry, having been to the British Racing School in Newmarket and graduated from the University of the West of England with an Honours Degree in Equine Business Management. 

On a more personal note, Charlotte brings excitement and enthusiasm to the PMW Team. When quizzed she said, "I think my best attribute is my ability to make people happy and also make sure they laugh a lot! I also absolutely love a 'to do list' and spreadsheet so think I will fit in with the busy workload in the PR department just fine!"

In her spare time, Charlotte is a sports lover and keen runner. She is in training for the Great South Run later this year and is hopeful to complete the Brighton Half Marathon and Brighton Marathon in 2015.

Finally, what Charlotte enjoys more than anything is a walk in the countryside with boyfriend Gavin (a masters world champion 200 meter sprinter) and their canine furry friend, Bertie, a four year old Golden Retriever with non-existent brain cells and a habit for running after pheasants!




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