Pip develops and implements Mayvin’s marketing and business development strategies. A creative thinker, her key skills are in content editing and research. She is known for her warm, empathic approach to building new business relationships.
Pip Rowson manages Mayvin’s networking and thought leadership events. These regular events provide an opportunity for Mayvin’s community of Organisation Development and HR practitioners to meet and make connections.
Pip also develops and edits content for Mayvin’s mailings, website and social media. In 2016, she managed the redesign and launch of Mayvin’s website and brand.
In addition, Pip edits the Mayvin blog. She was the content coordinator for Mayvin’s collaborative research report about women’s leadership in international NGOs and Restorative HR toolkit.
Pip has several years’ experience coordinating Mayvin’s large scale multi-strand programmes as well as smaller workshops, coaching and events. As Mayvin’s client manager, she worked with John Lewis Partnership, NSPCC and Guys and St Thomas’s Hospital NHS Foundation Trust. She also coordinated Mayvin’s accredited programmes for the UK Civil Service and Surrey County Council.
Pip has a first-class degree in English Literature from the University of Sussex. In addition to her role at Mayvin, she works as a freelance content writer, copy-editor and proofreader.
She is an advocate of arts, culture and learning. Her previous roles include working for Arts Council England as well as at Charleston, a museum and literature festival. More recently, Pip was co-director of House of Cultural Curiosity CIC. She co-produced events for the British Science Festival, Hastings Youth Council and the Women’s Vote Centenary Grant Fund.
Pip lives in St Leonards-on-Sea with her partner Lee. Together they run Micro Library Books, creating miniature artists books and exhibiting work at UK and international events. In 2017 – 2018, these included Bergen Artists Book Fair; East London Comic Arts Festival and Bristol Artists Book Event.
She is a charity supporter and has run half marathons in aid of the charities Mind, Alzheimer’s Society and Frank Water. Pip also loves the countryside and is a member of Sussex Wildlife Trust and the National Trust.