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Our mission? It’s simple.

Educating & empowering you to unlock your outstanding marketing potential

We exist for one reason and one reason only… to educate, empower and support you to reach new heights in your marketing journey. By doing so, we hope to simultaneously equalise the gender seniority and digital skills gaps.

Providing you with...

Connection, education & opportunity

Making meaningful professional connections will be the springboard for your success as a marketer. Through our members community and following of 170K+ marketers on social media, we can offer you a safe space to network. 

Since the marketing industry is a constant classroom, we aim to support you through live workshops and programmes, eCourses and hours worth of resources in our members content library. 

Ultimately, we want to increase your chances of finding new development opportunities through utilising everything we have to offer. Whether it’s our one-to-one programmes, CV clinics or marketing templates, we look forward to watching your knowledge (and confidence) skyrocket.

"Our key focus is to bring about hope and excitement to professional and aspiring marketers throughout their career by providing support and a collaborative community spirit."

- Olivia Hanlon, Founder of Girls in Marketing

Meet the Team

We may be small, but we are mighty.

Founder and CEO


An oat milk latte lover with a deep-rooted passion for diversity and equality, Olivia began Girls in Marketing (GiM) to find other marketers who loved the industry as much as she did. 

A Liverpool girl through-and-through, Olivia believes in relaxed networking events and providing opportunities to others. She is the glue that holds us all together. 

Favourite aspect of marketing: SEO.

Digital Communications and Projects Lead


A writer and bookworm at heart, Martha is happiest when crafting copy and devouring hardback books like there’s no tomorrow. 

With a not-so-secret love for organisation, Martha finds joy in managing our brand communications, coordinating extensive member resources and arranging our well-known virtual events.

Favourite aspect of marketing: Copywriting.

Marketing and Community Engagement Assistant


First and foremost a social media geek, Keira loves (endlessly) scrolling through TikTok and binge-watching her favourite YouTubers. 

Transferring her love for socials to her role at GiM, Keira is committed to helping our community members feel loved and valued online, whilst seamlessly implementing exciting new campaigns. 

Favourite aspect of marketing: Social media.

Membership Coordinator


Fitness and food being the primary loves of Amy’s life, you can expect to find her fueling her body with plant-based foods or working out in the gym. 

With over 7 years of experience in B2B and social media marketing, Amy supports GiM by helping to develop new resources and implement overall strategy growth.

Favourite aspect of marketing: Social media.

Girls in Marketing over the years...

Over the last three years, our online following has snowballed, expanding the horizons of Girls in Marketing into one of the largest online e-learning platforms for marketers. 

But it wasn’t always like that…


Originally crafted on Canva by Olivia in 2019, Girls in Marketing’s first logo bleeds nostalgia. Our business began on a cluttered table in Starbucks, on a summer’s Sunday, as Olivia sipped an iced oat latte. 


This fun and funky refreshed icon symbolised a new beginning for us, as our Founder made the leap to run Girls in Marketing full-time. Beautifully illustrated by Pippa Kelly to memorialise our huge new-found social media following, this logo was the first printed on our very own office door. 


Representing our elevated voice in the marketing industry, this design by Simply Creative UK fully encompasses our strength, status and loving community. This logo marks exciting new beginnings and ventures for Girls in Marketing. 

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