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Marketing at NCH

The Marketing Department creates and implements NCH’s marketing strategy and manages all aspects of NCH’s brand. We are responsible for all external and internal communications, including nchlondon.ac.uk, PR, advertising, promotional emails, NCH’s presence on other websites, social media, films, all print and branded materials, and marketing analysis.

Elizabeth O'Connell MA (Edinburgh)

Elizabeth O'Connell MA (Edinburgh)

Director of Marketing

Elizabeth is responsible for marketing and internal communications at New College of the Humanities, and manages the College’s marketing team. Before joining NCH, Elizabeth was Head of Sponsorships for GUINNESS in sub-Saharan Africa. She previously held a number of roles at British Airways, including managing BA’s sponsorships of the London 2012 Olympic bid and of the British & Irish Lions New Zealand tour. Elizabeth led BA’s consumer Marketing team in North America from 2000 to 2004. She earned her MA in Spanish at the University of Edinburgh.

Barnyard Bollinger

Barnyard Bollinger

Chief Motivational Officer

Born in Devon with a “pedegree” in being a not-so-miniature dachshund, Bollinger is a part-time College doggo and chief motivator for staff and students alike.

Hobbies include walks on the beach, chasing leaves and squirrels, snoozing in front of an Aga, and managing his Instagram account @barnyardbollinger.

Stephanie Limuaco BA (Ateneo), MSc (Lund), MBA (Cardiff Met)

Stephanie Limuaco BA (Ateneo), MSc (Lund), MBA (Cardiff Met)

Marketing Manager

Stephanie is our Marketing Manager, and she leads digital marketing activities at New College of the Humanities.  With more than eight years of overseas representation and digital marketing experience in both private and public education institutions, she has recruited top students from various parts of the world to study in world-class institutions.

Prior to joining NCH, Stephanie was International Digital Marketing Manager at King’s College London where she was also responsible for growing Southeast Asian student recruitment for the university.

Before moving to the UK, Stephanie gained years of project management experience working and volunteering in development organisations like the UNDP in Trinidad and Tobago, Habitat for Humanity Argentina and Gawad Kalinga in the Philippines.