- Ciara is a Content Writer at TKWW specializing in weddings and baby names
- She has a Bachelor’s degree in Tourism and Digital Marketing and a Professional Diploma in Graphic Design
- Originally from Kildare, Ireland, she moved to the West of Ireland to explore the Cultural Capital of Europe and live closer to the sea
Ceili is a name that boasts deep Gaelic roots and is typically feminine. It means “slender” and was most popular in the late 90s. It is a variant of the word céilidh, which is a traditional dance most common in Ireland or Scotland. A céilidh is known to be fun and social and is where a group of people get together and dance to traditional folk music. Another variation of the name Ceili is Kayleigh, which comes from the Irish word caol, meaning “slender” or “fair.” Ceili is a lovely, soft name that may honor baby’s Gaelic heritage and encourage them to dance to the beat of their own drum.
Ciara works with a fun team of talented writers and loves to write about baby names from all over the world. She has a keen eye for Irish names and enjoys writing about their history and the mythical stories they came from. She adores the happiness and joy babies can bring and is excited to help parents and caregivers choose the perfect name for their little ones.
At the Technological University of Dublin, Ciara studied Tourism and Digital Marketing for four years.. She worked as a tour guide during this time, an opportunity that allowed her to share her national pride with visitors and tourists. After graduating, she explored her creative side and attained a Professional Diploma in Graphic Design. She has a great passion for writing engaging and informative content. She traded in social media content creation and website management for writing sweet baby names people hope to give to their precious bundles of joy.
Ciara has years of experience working in retail and hospitality, where she enjoyed meeting new people. She worked for hotels and county tourism boards to show off the beautiful Emerald Isle and share content that might inspire others to travel. She started her writing career creating blogs and trip guides for her home county of Kildare before moving to Galway to join TKWW to write about some of life’s most beautiful moments.