The Cormis team grows by 6: Spotlight on Stephanie Plowright
Over the past few months, we have had the pleasure of welcoming some fantastic new employees, whom we would love to introduce you to.
This is the first in a series of blogs interviewing our new starters, to help you get to know the team.
This week our spotlight is on Steph Plowright.
A committed and creative marketer, Steph brings just shy of 10 years’ consultancy experience in capability building, marketing and brand development working with brands such as AkzoNobel, Visa, Hiscox, SABMiller and RSA. Energised by fresh challenges and opportunities to innovate Steph will always strive to exceed your expectations when delivering impactful and tailored solutions.
Steph spends her spare time with her children and volunteering for two separate charities in their marketing and comms teams.
This is what we’ve learnt about Steph:
If you’ve learned anything in your career/ life so far it’s…
- That continuous learning is what keeps my life interesting. I never underestimate the importance of learning and am genuinely energised by it. Whether I’m teaching myself SEO or how to fix a leaky toilet at home, I thrive on picking up new skills (and then sharing them with others)
What gets you out of bed in the morning?
- Generally my 1 and 5 year old who are yet to master the act of sleeping past 6am (although even if they didn’t wake me up, they’d be my reason for doing so)
What do you bring to the Cormis team?
- I’m inspired by fresh challenges and opportunities to innovate and will apply this to any project I work on. I’m also passionate about brand development so will offer support in this area too.
Tell us something people may not know about you
- I am fluent in French and used to play the drums
What was the last book you read?
- Neuroscience for Leadership by Dr Tara Swart, Kitty Chisholm and Paul Brown
What is your personal mantra?
- I actually have 2. You don’t ask, you don’t get; and everything happens for a reason. These can often give me the push I need to challenge myself to do something I wouldn’t normally.