Part of Chloe Tatton’s role as a Business Relations Coordinator at Franklyn Financial Management includes her coordinating the company Educational Outreach programme which supports students from across Staffordshire, Cheshire, and Warrington. Whilst Chloe couldn’t physically go into schools to deliver assemblies, mentoring sessions and workshops to students due to COVID-19, she still did what she could to virtually support them instead.
The virtual sessions that she delivered during the pandemic encouraged students to keep their studies going as well as highlighting the different career pathways available to them once they have finished. Chloe also shared her knowledge around employability with schools from across the region as well as her own personal journey and the challenges she has had to overcome, inspiring students to keep a positive mental attitude during these times.
At the beginning of the pandemic, Chloe completed her Level 4 Business and Administration Apprenticeship and is now embarking on her Degree Apprenticeship in Chartered Business Management at Manchester Met University. Alongside all of this, Chloe also stepped forward to be an NHS Volunteer Responder during the COVID-19 crisis too, supporting the most vulnerable in our community.
As well as the educational outreach, Chloe is relentless in her charitable work and fundraising activities inside and outside of work. During the pandemic, Chloe oversaw all the company fundraising for many local and national charities and took a trip on behalf of FFM to our local food bank to deliver our donations.
Chloe’s continued passion for mental health awareness saw her once again encouraging others to look after their own mental health during this difficult time and through this, Chloe put together mental health support packs for employees at Franklyn and reached out to those in need.
Chloe is now looking to provide even more support in the sub region. She has applied to join the Cheshire and Warrington Local Enterprise partnership Engagement Board which works alongside the LEP Board in setting and delivering an ambitious post-COVID-19 vision for Cheshire and Warrington, concentrating on major economic issues that will frame our region’s future direction.
Chloe thoroughly deserves inclusion on the Apprentices on the Front-Line website and to be recognised for her attitude, commitment, and determination to not only succeed on her own journey but in helping others too. Chloe is an exceptional employee who always goes above and beyond for everyone whilst being a positive and happy individual to be around.