JCI Barnsley President Kirstie Barnett (left) delivers the Make a Difference award to Charlie Pearson.
Kirstie has this to say about Charlie:
“Charlie joined in January 2012 and has taken an active role from the word go. She contributes at council meetings, events, and on all our social media platforms.
Charlie has worked hard to raise the awareness of JCI Barnsley in the local media and has taken on the lead role in running our community project for 2012, Barnsleys Hidden Heroes. She has featured on local community radio and also secured support from Barnsley Chronicle to help publicise our community project for the full duration of the campaign. She also secured us an art gallery exhibition for the campaign entries in the Barnsley Civic theatre for 1 month!
Charlie runs her own business providing business to business photography so networking is a key element to generating business. She attends several local networking events and not only does she promote her own business but that of JCI Barnsley at every opportunity. Just this month she met 2 people at a networking event, who then came to our personal development launch night and within 7 days both have signed up for JCI membership!
Charlie’s attitude & enthusiasm to JCI Barnsley is infectious and if we could bottle it and sell it I know there would be a thriving JCI chamber in every town & city across the UK. I would personally like to thank her for her contributions to JCI Barnsley in the past 3 months.”
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This post was written by Solveig Malvik