Final Year Student - Ella Haynes

Ella Haynes


Ella Haynes
Final Year Student - Ella Haynes
United Kingdom

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Event types

  • Corporate Events
  • Private Parties
  • Outdoor
  • Exhibitions
  • Virtual/Hybrid

Core business categories

  • Graduate / New to the Industry

Areas covered

  • United Kingdom
  • East Midlands


A proactive, conscientious and enthusiastic individual with invaluable work and life experiences. Eager to combine interests and first-hand experiences such as travel, international volunteering and extensive work experience to the event industry.


Level 3 Award in Emergency First Aid – First Aid Awards 2021 – 2024
Management of Actual or Potential Aggression (MAPA) Training – 2021 – 2023
• Behavioural management training that provides skills and strategies to safely respond to violent or aggressive behaviour.

The University of Lincoln 2018-2022, Events Management BA (Hons)
Relevant modules include:
• Year 3 Enterprise and Strategic Analysis in Events: 84%
Integrating business disciplines in theory of strategic management and enterprise development within the events business environment.
• Year 3 Events and Sustainability: 72%
Focus on contemporary debates and issues associated with sustainability in the context of event management.
• Year 3 Consumer Culture: 76%
Explore the cultural experiences environment and the way in which it influences the events phenomena.
• Year 2 Law for Event and Tourism Managers: 71%
Understanding of identifying and applying relevant law to the events sector.
• Year 2 Event Management: 75%
Creation of our own live-event, ours an eco-workshop aimed at students.
• Year 2 Project Management: 70%
The planning process through project plans by using specialised tools and techniques.
• Year 1 Event Management: 68%
Accumulating academic research to articulate into an essay and case study assignment.
• Year 1 Introduction to Business Finance: 70%
Comprehension of business finance, relevant to the events sector, within a group setting.
• Year 1 Space, Mobilities and The Experience Economy: 67%
Developing Adobe Sparks skills to create websites with the focus of Qatar event and tourism industry.

Thorpe St. Andrew High School and Sixth Form 2011-2018.
3 A-Level’s Grade BCD, including Art, English Language and Business Studies
10 GCSE’s Grade A-C, including Maths, English and Science


Make Music Day, Global – Event Management Support
• Working alongside the event management team to select and liaise with potential artists, on-day support of set-up, general running and closing of event.

MJR Events, Harleston – Event Support
• Supporting at a series of regular events; set-up management, organisation of suppliers, and running of the event.

Acorn Park School, Banham – Special Educational Needs Learning Support Assistant
• Working with children and young people with autism as well as other specialist needs in a school environment.
• Enriching and empowering vulnerable children to build positive futures, through creativity, communication, resilience, and everyday support.

Southwood Hall, Norwich – Waitress and work experience
• Liaising and scheduling with clients, event coordinators and local businesses to organise and uphold large, luxury events.
• Delivering exceptional customer service at all times due to the reputation of the high-end, luxury venue.

McDonald’s, Brundall - Crew Member
• Providing tailored customer service to cater for a diverse range of customers, through various stations, fast and efficiently.
• Responsibility for money, communicating specific requirements and acting as the front of house for customers’ queries, concerns, or praise.

KWF Wedding Florist and Stylist - Work experience
• Work shadowing an Events Florist and Stylist, meeting the customer’s vision and designs with impeccable organisation and creativity.

Lincoln Award - Current
• Employability framework designed to support and enhance extracurricular activity.

Challenges Abroad Volunteer Programme with FutureSense Foundation - 2019
• Fundraising £1500 through various activities and events to finance both the trip and a large donation to FutureSense Foundation, illustrating determination and responsibility.
• Invaluable volunteer programme at an elephant nature park and teaching English in a hill tribe village in Thailand, widening personal culture skills, becoming a global people developer.

Duke of Edinburgh Silver Award - 2017
• Demonstration of excellent communication and motivating a group to meet clear deadlines through expedition walks and planning to finish with a great sense of accomplishment.

National Citizen Service - 2016
• Achieving fifty hours’ worth of volunteering, constructing a path through a local school and visiting care homes, developing organisational competence and teamwork.


• Adobe Sparks, SPSS Statistics, Microsoft Office: Excel, PowerPoint, Word.