Caroline Curran, Communications Manager for Coca-Cola

Caroline Curran, Communications Manager for Coca-Cola HBC Ireland

Caroline Curran is Communications Manager for Coca-Cola HBC Ireland Ltd where she is responsible for internal communications and managing corporate social responsibility programmes such as the Coca- Cola Designated Driver campaign, the Coca-Cola Cinemagic Festival and Coca-Cola’s sponsorship of the Clean Coast programme. Caroline joined Coca-Cola HBC Ireland in 2007.

Prior to this, Caroline worked for seven years in the Public Affairs department in Intel Ireland where she held roles in community and education relations, media relations and communication.

She is married and lives in Dublin.

 

Because I am a Girl I ask… others to see what I can do, not what they think I can or should do.

Because I am a Girl I believe… that a positive outlook is something to be treasured.

Because I am a Girl I hope… that I will continue to be happy in my personal and work life.

Because I am a Girl I wonder… how some people can be cruel and rude to others on purpose.

Because I am a Girl I dream… of sunshine and smiles.

Because I am a Girl I remember… to remind my husband of the important things that he normally forgets.

Because I am a Girl I like… to see other women succeed and pave the way for others to do the same.

Because I am a Girl I dislike… dishonesty and the manipulation of others.

Because I am a Girl I feel… fortunate to live in a country where I am encouraged to reach for the stars and be all I want to be.

Because I am a Girl I… try to remember that bad days exist to make the good days even better.

– Caroline Curran

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