Louise is incredibly calm under pressure with a friendly and approachable nature. She has a wealth of business experience having held senior PA roles to a Director of Nursing and a Head Teacher within the last 7 years. Louise is a professional and dedicated PA with vast experience across the public and private sector, able to turn her hand to most things with very little briefing.

Louise’s key skills lie in Business Administration, Organisation and Travel Planning, she has a real passion for business and enjoys working with ambitious leaders of smaller companies who are on a mission to grow quickly and efficiently.

Skill List

  • Executive PA Support
  • Event Management
  • Office Management
  • Audio Typing
  • Board Level PA Support
  • Travel Planning
  • Minute Taking
  • Email & Diary Management
  • Archiving & Filing Systems
  • Proof Reading & Sense Checking
  • All things admin and organisation
  • Supplier Management
  • Market Research
  • Microsoft Applications
  • CRM systems
  • Database Management
  • Presentation Creation and Amends
  • Process Mapping and Management
  • And much, much more!

Contact Details

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Louise provides executive freelance PA services in west Bristol - focusing on Portishead, Clevedon, Backwell, Clifton and surrounds.

Louise's Professional Highlights

After studying Business and Finance, Louise gained her first job in industry with Corus Steel. Her role here was fast-paced and in a male dominated environment, and it’s probably where she honed the skill of staying calm under pressure. For 13 years, Louise moved through the company working with all sorts of managers and leaders, dealing with all aspects of the finance and shipment of steel products outside of Europe. This work often required detailed export documentation and travel arrangements which is where Louise believes her eye for detail began.

Louise moved on to become an Administration Manager for a Health Board in Wales, responsible for managing a team of people and delivering and reporting on government targets. This is a role she thoroughly enjoyed as it challenged her and fulfilled her passion for helping people be their best. It was here Louise oversaw the creation of a training database to ensure staff training records were always up to date and regulations were met for when updates were required by individual members of the team.


In 2011, Louise moved into a Project Management role for North Somerset council, working closely with the individual funding team to ensure their administration and organisation were top notch. Louise’s responsibilities included preparing for and attending funding panels, accurately recording the meetings and outcomes and liaising with applicants to ensure all information was present and correct throughout the process. This role required an extremely high level of confidentiality at all times, as well as managing routine business functions such as payroll and KPI monitoring.

A career highlight for Louise was successfully managing to secure a full-time role as PA to a Director of Nursing, but working on a part-time basis. This is testament to Louise’s ability to multi-task, prioritise and effectively manage her own and her boss’s workload! Through effective diary management, prioritising appointments, thorough preparation of meetings, building good relationships and streamlining processes, working part-time was achievable with great results for all concerned.

Louise’s most recent employed role as been as PA to the Headteacher of a special needs school. Working in a challenging and often emotive environment, Louise brought all of her business acumen and experience together to assist the Head in the smooth running of the school. She was often the first point of contact for parents, staff, children and external agencies; responsible for providing effective and efficient office support and clear communication.

In this role, Louise found her passion for Event Management and Travel Planning, as well as Executive PA work. She single-handedly managed a fundraising event with Mercury News (now Bristol Post) with the aim of raising funds for the refurbishment of the primary department. This included advertising, marketing of events, catering, children’s entertainment, a 5K run and an auction! In total, £15,000 was raised to help SEN children have a sensory garden and classrooms.

So why become a Passionate PA? Simple…Now is Louise’s time to shine. With two teenage boys growing up super fast, it’s time to carve a business for herself that utilises her vast skill set and experience. She found The Passionate PA’s website when researching business ideas and really has not looked back. Louise joined the team in May 2019 and landed her first client (in the fundraising and charity sector!) within one week – the stuff dreams are made of.  Louise loves to work with ambitious business owners that have a passion for making the world a better place.

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Meet The Passionate PAs

Each Passionate PA has an extensive skill set, varied business background and experience of operating within senior management teams of businesses both large and small. We are not virtual assistants; we are self-employed freelance PAs that are 100% committed to delivering exceptional client work and being part of #TeamPassionatePA – a successful and growing franchise. With extensive training and support from the franchise, each individual Passionate PA partners with their own set of clients based on location, skill, experience and personality. Individually, we make a huge difference to our clients’ lives through our unwavering motivation, striking efficiency and remarkable ability to simply ‘make things happen’.