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Louise Archbold

Account Manager

Louise Archbold is an Account Manager with DHR Communications. She has over six years’ experience in PR and Communications roles in the public and not-for-profit sectors, having been involved in politics since the age of 14. She is a former National Chair of The Young Greens.

Louise has been with DHR since January 2015. She works across a wide range of client accounts including the National Library of Ireland, An Foras Pátrúnachta, Louth County Council and the Simon Cumbers Media Fund.

Louise works as part of DHR’s management team to develop and execute highly effective PR and marketing campaigns for both traditional and digital media. She is adept at drafting press materials with strong, newsworthy messages and at pitching client initiatives and events to relevant media outlets and audiences.

Corporate Social Responsibility is embedded in the daily life of DHR and Louise oversees DHR’s CSR programme. She has worked on pro-bono PR campaigns for organisations such as Show Racism the Red Card, The Complex and Foróige. Louise has also lectured to the Griffith College Dublin MA in Journalism and Public Relations class on the subject of Corporate Social Responsibility.

Louise also holds several Early Childhood Education qualifications and has spent time teaching on both sides of the world. This experience has given her a very solid background in teamwork, project management and working under pressure. She is also qualified in administering pediatric and occupational first aid.

Outside of DHR, Louise volunteers with a number of youth organisations including Foróige, providing PR, event management and hands-on support.

In her spare time, Louise runs one of Dublin’s largest social meetup groups for sports fans. She is also a keen runner and loves participating in adventures races such as Hell & Back and Runamuck.

Louise holds a Postgraduate qualification in Public Relations and Event Management from Fitzwilliam Institute and is a member of the Public Relations Institute of Ireland.

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Louise Archbold

Account Manager

Louise Archbold is an Account Manager with DHR Communications. She has over six years’ experience in PR and Communications roles in the public and not-for-profit sectors, having been involved in politics since the age of 14. She is a former National Chair of The Young Greens.

Louise has been with DHR since January 2015. She works across a wide range of client accounts including the National Library of Ireland, An Foras Pátrúnachta, Louth County Council and the Simon Cumbers Media Fund.

Louise works as part of DHR’s management team to develop and execute highly effective PR and marketing campaigns for both traditional and digital media. She is adept at drafting press materials with strong, newsworthy messages and at pitching client initiatives and events to relevant media outlets and audiences.

Corporate Social Responsibility is embedded in the daily life of DHR and Louise oversees DHR’s CSR programme. She has worked on pro-bono PR campaigns for organisations such as Show Racism the Red Card, The Complex and Foróige. Louise has also lectured to the Griffith College Dublin MA in Journalism and Public Relations class on the subject of Corporate Social Responsibility.

Louise also holds several Early Childhood Education qualifications and has spent time teaching on both sides of the world. This experience has given her a very solid background in teamwork, project management and working under pressure. She is also qualified in administering pediatric and occupational first aid.

Outside of DHR, Louise volunteers with a number of youth organisations including Foróige, providing PR, event management and hands-on support.

In her spare time, Louise runs one of Dublin’s largest social meetup groups for sports fans. She is also a keen runner and loves participating in adventures races such as Hell & Back and Runamuck.

Louise holds a Postgraduate qualification in Public Relations and Event Management from Fitzwilliam Institute and is a member of the Public Relations Institute of Ireland.