Kate Sullivan MCIPR, Associate Director
As Associate Director Kate develops strategies and communications plans for a range of clients, with the core objective to add value and ensure clients are communicating to their target audiences through the appropriate platforms, of which social media is a major consideration.
Kate advises clients on the best use of social media, delivering training if being managed in house, and works with clients on developing social media strategy and policy, ensuring evaluation is implemented to measure success. Clients include Cadw – the Welsh Government’s Historic Environment Service, STEADTLER UK and the Welsh Assembly.
Kate delivers introductory and advanced courses on social media at Cardiff University’s Centre for Lifelong Learning for three years. Kate also delivers bespoke social media training to businesses and organisations.
Most recently Kate worked with Women Making A Difference to help train young people on using social media in a professional capacity. Kate uses Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, Pinterest, Instagram, Google+ and Vine on a professional and personal level.