Laura Rose Wedderburn

  • Flat 0/1, 76 Clifford Street, G51 1QB  GLASGOW

National Insurance Number: JX 82 28 76 A    DOB:25/12/1993 


2011 - 2015

First Class M.A History of Art 

University of Glasgow

This privileged experience has afforded several opportunities; namely the development of exceptional research abilities, critical thought, articulate and concise communication skills, time management and project organisation. Aside from these practical skills, this experience has also developed a sense of political awareness, and commitment to social and economic equality.

Aug 2005 - Jun 2011

Secondary Education 

Perth High School 

Received a secondary education from Perth High School, where six Highers and one advanced higher were awarded.

Work History

Work History
May 2015 - Present

Project/Administrative Assistant

Bespoke Community Development Company

Project management:

- Maintenance of volunteer body, through effective communication, database upkeep, and the development of volunteer incentive schemes.

-Liaising with local and affiliated community organisations and companies, fostering strong working relationships

-Efficient time and project management, attention to detail and the consideration of all possible outcomes.

- Community and public outreach through social media promotion and other forms of media platform-local; newspapers, leaflets etc.


- maintained community interest and support through the assisted development of employment and skills based programs, social media and regular scheduled events

- Assisted in company survival through case work compilation and assessment, funding grants, and the development of business proposals


-good knowledge of instant Office, Gmail and Microsoft Office, which aid exceptional organisational skills

Reference: Andy O'Neil,, Slamannan Road, Falkirk, FK1 5LX

note: also worked for Bespoke from  01/05/2012 - 01/09/2012 

May 2015 - Present

Customer Service Assistant

Frames Contemporary Gallery

 Client and customer management:

-Natural and friendly interpersonal skills essential to this customer orientated role

-Product research, excellent communication skills and good knowledge of the various services available to both customers and clients, allowed for efficient yet thorough service outcomes.

-Experience gained of communicating with clients and customers on both phone and email correspondence

-Broadened personal understanding of accountability, situational management, and social adaptability, which are all integral to customer satisfaction and care

Project management:

-Organisational skill required and developed in the process of planning events, detailed account of products and client information, dates and programme of events kept.

-Experience gained of liaising with affiliated professional bodies

-Knowledge gained in database management, communication, team work and initiative based tasks

Reference: Hugh Goring, 07730937178, 10 Victoria Street, Perth, PH2 8LY

note: also worked for Frames from 01/04/2014 - 01/06/2014 and 01/05/20313 - 15/06/2013


Jun 2014 - Jul 2014


Christies Auction House

- Experience was gained in regards to effective client management through research based and administrative roles. Effective research and database skills were developed

-Clerical and computer based skills developed, specifically Microsoft Office programmes, Excel in particular.

Reference: Ellen Berkeley,, 8 King Street, St James, London, SW1Y 6QT

Sep 2013 - Jun 2014

Customer Service Assistant

By Distinction Art 

-  Communication and friendly manner developed within this role

-Knowledge of effective business development through excellent customer and client management

-Gained promotional abilities developed in the management of advertisement and social media platforms

- Organisational and interpersonal skills developed in relation to the organisation of an events programme and calendar

Reference: Bruce Finnie, 07973315460, 100 Byers Road, Glasgow, G12 8TB Interests and additional information

interests and additional information 

S.W. A.G

As a founding member of The Glasgow University society S.W. A.G,(Successful Women At Glasgow). The aim of the society is to promote, encourage and inspire student members, aiding them in their career paths by organising a series of women speakers from across a broad range of professional fields. In our founding year(2014-15) we have successfully booked and hosted an array of incredible women speakers, including; Mandy Rhodes, Lorna Hood, Dame Jocelyn Bell Brunel, Dame Linda Urquhart, Nicola Sturgeon, Ruth Davidson and Sarah McCrory. In our first year we also gained a following of over one thousand followers. As convener of the society was responsible for dealing with all aspects of booking and liaison with the speakers, email correspondence and promotion in the run up to each event. S.W. A.G has faced challenges in establishing itself on campus as a newly found society, it has required efficient, communicative, and open minded team work within a committee of six. 

Volunteer work and interests

Has a keen interest in culture and the arts, specifically its role in the development of creativity and the positive effects that this can have on surrounding communities. Was a volunteer invigilator at the not for profit SWG3 gallery and studio which facilitates the development of the creative arts in Glasgow, by providing an innovative platform for all forms of creative practice.    

Maintains a keen interest in music, and enjoys supporting local bands and musicians.