Client Relationship Team
Upon completing a history degree at the University of Bristol, Lola has joined Penguin as a member of the Client Relationship Team. As her first job post-graduation, Lola is keen to develop her skill set to create a stable foundation upon which to build her career. With a keen interest in unravelling the complexities of the past, Lola pursued a degree in History, where they developed strong research, analytical, and critical thinking skills. Lola hopes her detail-oriented approach to work will ensure she succeeds at Penguin.
Working previously as an Office Administrator at a law firm, Lola understands the need for professionalism and hard work. This experience not only sharpened her attention to detail but also instilled in her the importance of clear communication and organization – essential skills for fostering strong client relationships. Combining her historical expertise and legal acumen, Lola brings a unique perspective to the table. She possesses the ability to analyse situations critically and approach challenges with creativity and strategic thinking. Her strong communication skills enable her to bridge gaps effectively, facilitating smooth interactions between clients and the office team.
As part of the Penguin team, Lola appreciates the importance of strong interpersonal relationships and believes her open and friendly manner will be a useful asset here at Penguin. Hoping to embody ‘Penguin positivity’, Lola brings a can-do attitude to everything she does.
1. What’s the craziest thing you’ve done?
Paraglided off a Cliff in Turkey.
2. What’s the best thing you’ve spent money on?
My pet hamster – Pricilla.
3. The worst?
Pricilla’s gigantic cage that she enjoys to loudly chew at 2am.
4. What’s your favourite book?
I enjoy historical fiction, and anything fantasy related. I’ve just finished the ‘Song of Ice and Fire’ series by George R.R Martin, and I am patiently waiting for the next instalment to be completed.
5. If you’re not working, where will we find you?
On the dry ski slopes, as I’m currently trying (and failing) to learn how to ski. So, I need a lot of practise!