Introducing our Social Media and Comms assistant, Molly!
Hi there, my name is Molly Robinson and I am the new Social Media and Communications Assistant!
I am the creator and co-founder of the We Will mental health campaign. Featured in The Guardian, People Magazine, BBC Radio 5 Live, BBC Breakfast x2 and more.
I have spent years researching the youth mental health crisis our country has been facing, and have implemented this throughout my campaign work. In 2019, I was the recipient of the highest accolade a young person can receive for their social action and humanitarian efforts, the Diana Award.
I am so excited to support High-Rise in their mission to provide purposeful communications to purposeful organisations.
Additionally, I have had professional industry experience as the lead in a CBBC show, starring myself and fitness influencer Joe Wicks. This was an amazing experience and gave me a love for creative collaboration. I’m looking forward to bringing this, as well as my experiences working in community-based organisations, to my media work!
In my spare time I like to embroider, read, go for coffee with friends, and hang out with my cat!
What I will bring to the team…
For anyone who has been following our social media channels, you’ve probably already seen our new TikTok’s. I’m hoping to give the High-Rise channels a revamp and the TLC they deserve, so that as many people as possible can see the amazing work the team do here, and have a peek into the brilliant campaigns we are lucky enough to work on.
In addition to my campaign work, I have experience in producing, writing, and directing award-winning short films. In 2020, after being invited to speak with Prince William and Kate about the campaign group, they subsequently shared my short film ‘BOY’ to their 14.6 million followers. I’m not sure if I’ll garner that kind of reach with my social media posts, but hey I’ll give it a good go!
I have also directed and produced five short films over the last five years with the latest two being commissioned by the NHS and are still being used in NHS staff training.