As Cannings Purple’s Customer Relationship Management (CRM) Officer, Courtney plays an integral role within the company by sustaining key stakeholder relationships. She also supports our Media Officer, and offers event management assistance to our clients.

A Curtin University graduate with a double degree in Professional Writing and Publishing and Public Relations, Courtney is skilled in the areas of relationship management, communications across multiple platforms, content creation and brand awareness.

Before joining Cannings Purple, she volunteered at a number of communication consultancies across Perth with clients in a wide range of industries. Outside the office, you can find Courtney hunting for the best coffee in Perth or lazing by the beach.

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