About

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I am a book-loving Marketer, Coach and Founder of PropelHer. I'm a Nottingham born and bred woman, who moved to concrete jungle of London to make my dreams come true. 

 

 

THE MARKETER

I have a bachelor's degree in a Dance, a masters degree in Arts Administration and Cultural Policy, and a professional diploma in Marketing. I started my career working in administrative roles for a range of dance and theatre companies. My management journey started in 2012 when I became the Marketing Manager of English National Ballet and played an instrumental role in its rebrand, alongside managing the marketing for all its productions. Then, I moved to be the Marketing Manager of Nimax Theatres (owner of 6 West End theatres) where I manage marketing the whole group, as well as campaigns for numerous West End productions.

I am currently an Associate Member of the Chartered Institute of Marketing and Member of the Arts Marketing Association.

London Marketer and Success Coach, Charelle, reading a personal development book as part of PropelHer's Book Club
 
 

THE COACH

 

 I have always been a big fan of personal development and over time this led to an obsession with learning how people become successful.

"There is nothing wrong with being ambitious" - Angela Merkel

 I absolutely believe there is nothing wrong with being ambitious. However, success can't be achieved alone and I coach women to acknowledge their deepest dreams, build confidence, take massive action and achieve the professional success they are truly capable of.

I am the founder of PropelHer, which supports ambitious women to acknowledge their biggest goals. Through PropelHer I coach women 1:1, run a membership community and am the leader of PropelHer's Book Club. 

 

 

THE PERSON

Work hard, party harder!

Life shouldn't be all work and so in my spare time I enjoy yoga (big fan of Yoga with Adriene), reading (you check read my reviews on the blog). I am also a big Beyoncé fan and love a good dance. And I love any excuse to put on a dress and walk a red (or alternative colour) carpet.

Charelle Olivier Awards 2016