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Hannah Blakey

Hannah Blakey

Marketing & Communications Officer

​Hannah is our Marketing & Communications officer, making sure our socials are up to scratch and producing all of content.

She’s worked in the recruitment sector since 2016, mainly within scaling SME businesses; her experience is a unique blend of resourcing and marketing roles, making her perfectly placed to help develop our marketing strategy and polish our content.

When she’s not writing content or managing our socials, you’ll either find her at a gig, or off on a camping adventure in the woods. A self confessed foodie, she loves hosting a dinner party – just don’t ask her to make you a cake. She also runs social events within the LGBTQ+ community in her free time, and when she’s done with all of that, you’ll find her on the sofa with her partner, a videogame and her ginger cat, Ezra!

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