OgilvyOne Business' New Business & Marketing Manager, Anna Stone, speaks to Campaign about her pursuits outside of the office.

Our industry’s full of people shouting about their great work. Awards won, media firsts, landing pitches – you know the stuff. But what really makes them tick? Outside work, how do they spend their time – what will they be remembered for? 

Campaign and Adobe Stock tell the untold, human stories of those in media and advertising. From freefalling to fighting crime, we draw upon Adobe’s image library to illustrate these touching tales… 

"On Monday nights I’m in an equally hectic but totally different environment to work – running a Brownie pack.

GirlGuiding lets me try amazing new things, have heaps of fun, learn and develop all sorts of skills. Keeping the attention of 27 fidgety children keeps your presentation skills sharp, and taking them to train with the Team GB Sitting Volleyball team makes you look at motivation in a whole new way.

Leading a team of volunteers is different to leading a team of employees – the volunteers bring different knowledge, experience, likes and dislikes and you have to respect they’ve all given up their time to be there.

It’s lovely to see the girls grow and develop skills through three years in the pack.

The best bits are the silliest – making a mess with slime, painting with our feet and doing the conga in our local supermarket.

15 years, two continents and over 150 children later, I can’t imagine spending my spare time doing anything else."

This was first published in Campaign.