Spreading the word
about client awards and achievements
celebrations part of the community
with health promotion messages
of icon WA sporting events
portrait art and the artists
About Candy Stripe Public Relations
Founded in 2006 by Naomi Quinlivan, this boutique consultancy is based in Cottesloe and works together with you to achieve your PR goals.
We work with your budget, and give you advice and ideas as to how get the most out of a Public Relations campaign.
If you need assistance with services such as photography, event management and creative design, we know great people in these industries who can help too.
Our passions are health, sport, not-for-profits and property, and we work with businesses, events and individuals throughout WA.
The business was named after Naomi’s volunteer work in the labour ward of St John of God Subiaco Hospital. In the USA a hospital volunteer is called a Candy Striper as they wear pink and white uniform.
Follow us on social media although most times we are too busy working or making the most of down time to post what we have been up to.
Naomi Quinlivan – Director
Director Naomi Quinlivan is a public relations and marketing consultant with marketing, science and business qualifications, as well as a Masters of Professional Marketing.
Naomi started her own PR Consultancy in 2006 after the arrival of her first child. Before this she worked as the Marketing and Public Relations Manager for St John of God Hospital Subiaco, and in a number of other marketing/ publicity roles following graduation from university.
She has worked with number of national and state based businesses, as well as not-for profit organisations and public community events to manage the Public Relations. She has a particular interest in health care and works with a number of hospitals and allied health providers. Naomi has developed key contacts within the media, through her client work as well as her professional development and affiliations.
Naomi is a past Chairperson of Cottesloe Child Care Centre, and past board member of Spare Parts Puppet Theatre in Fremantle.
Being self-employed allows Naomi to juggle working, looking after three kids and getting to the occasional school activity. She also coaches netball and plays tennis when she can. She admits that she has a problem with putting her hand up to help, and welcomes advice on how to say no.