“We gain strength, and courage, and confidence by each experience in which we really stop to look fear in the face... we must do that which we think we cannot.”

Eleanor Roosevelt

Georgie grew up in Gravesend, Kent, which she claims is the burial site of Pocahontas. This is yet to be verified, but they’re working on it. At school Georgie excelled in both the humanities and sciences, leading her to study History at the University of Leicester where she was Vice-President of the History Society. During her time at university, Georgie worked as a barista and played a pivotal role in the discovery of Richard III’s grave in the nearby car park by expertly providing the head archaeologist with his daily dose of caffeine.

After graduating, Georgie indulged her passion for skiing by completing a ski season in Canada, where she managed to ski into a boulder and now proudly sports four screws in her hand as a memento. Upon returning, she spent a year working in recruitment, where she gained experience in social media marketing and SEO, which sparked her interest in PPC. Looking for a more interesting and challenging role, Georgie applied to Periscopix, and the rest is History.

Georgie is the person to see about: superfoods, broken bones and conspiracy theories about where Pocahontas is really buried.