Jules Loveland, Communications Officer
What do you do for Dementia Adventure?
Since July 2015, I have worked in the Communications team helping to raise the profile of Dementia Adventure and encourage people to engage with our work, by communicating with our audiences and stakeholders. Specifically, I manage our website, keeping it up to date and overseeing the SEO, plus I am responsible for creating content such as blogs, news stories and case studies. I also manage our Instagram account and support the team with other marketing and PR activities.
What’s the best thing about your job?
I’m really lucky, because I get to see all the lovely comments our clients make about our work. I get to tell the stories of people whose lives have genuinely been improved by what we do. I love reading about the changes in people’s lives.
Do you have any relevant experience, awards, certifications or accreditations?
I have various qualifications in journalism, communications and media. I have worked in media and communications for 23 years, mostly in film and website production. Most recently I completed the Chartered Institute of PR’s qualification in writing for online audiences.
What makes you want to work for Dementia Adventure?
We actually make a difference! All the time I am reading from our clients that we helped in small ways that have made a lasting difference for the better. We keep people living with dementia at the centre of everything we do and that feels really important.
What’s the best advice you have ever been given?
I’ve received so much good advice over the years but one of my faves is to extend love to your fellow man and seek to understand them. Judgement and assumption are not good friends!
Where can we find out more about you?
You can find me on Linkedin