Name : Melissa Patton Company : Converse Models Position : Agency manager Role : Melissa’s role will be to add to the books of catwalk, photographic and promotional models, develop the agency’s current models and drive the growth of the business. Track record : Melissa is a former Miss Northern Ireland and as she remains one of the province’s top models she is not planning to hang up her catwalk heels just yet.
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