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Sarah Gratton

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Name  Sarah Gratton
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Sarah-Jayne Gratton, née Camden (born 1966 in Cambridge, England) is a producer, author and a former theatre performer. She is married to author and columnist Dean Anthony Gratton.

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Early life

Gratton attended the Shrubbery school and the King Slocombe Stage school in Cambridge, which led to her appearance on BBC Look East, a regional television talent show in the late 1970s. From there, Gratton went on to perform at the Cambridge Arts Theatre, the Prince of Wales Theatre, London and Caesar's Palace, Luton in the early 1980s.

A former actress, Gratton was a columnist for Women's Business Magazine (Teallach Publications Ltd.) in the late 1990s and was elected as President of the Women in Business Society for both UK and Europe in 2000.

Current activities

Gratton has since become an influential social media persona, speaker and writer, being regularly featured in Social Media Today and other publications including In-Spires Lifestyle Magazine and blogcritics.org.

She is developing and tutoring an Executive MBA social media module for Glyndwr University in North Wales. Gratton studied at Cardiff University and received a Bachelor of Arts in Educational psychology. She later received a Doctorate in Psychology.

List of works

  • Follow Me! Creating a Personal Brand with Twitter, John Wiley & Sons, 2012 (ISBN 1118336348)
  • Zero to 100,000: Social Media Tips and Tricks for Small Businesses, Que (an imprint of Pearson Education), 2011 (ISBN 0789748002)
  • Marketing Wireless Products, Butterworth–Heinemann (an imprint of Elsevier), 2004 (ISBN 075065936X)
  • References

    Sarah Gratton Wikipedia


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