'Gems in Comms'...with Ngozi Emeagi
‘Gems in Comms’ is a new podcast series launched by Hanson Search in association with 9to5workrebels, exploring working experiences of Black, Asian, and Ethnic Minority talent in the UK PR and Communications industry.
For our next ' Gems in Comms' podcast episode we speak to Ngozi Emeagi, Director at London Stock Exchange Group. Prior to joining LSEG, Ngozi was a Senior Consultant at Powersourt Group, a financial communications agency, where she covered Banking and Insurance clients. Whilst at Powerscourt, Ngozi also led on diversity and inclusion, writing and implementing several proposals for clients and signing Powerscourt up for the 10,000 black interns’ programme, where they were required to take on a number of black interns during a summer programme.
Prior to joining Powerscourt, Ngozi Emeagi was global media and PR lead at MS Amlin and led the communications for the Group’s transformation project which saw the restructuring of the insurer as well as the divestiture of several non-core businesses. She has previously held roles at Direct Line, FleishmanHillard and Tulchan, covering a variety of sectors including banks and property. Ngozi started her career on the government bonds team at Goldman Sachs. Throughout her career Ngozi has been dedicated to improving the diversity within the organisations she has worked, and she is currently Vice President of Women in PR, a not-for-profit group aimed at increasing the number and diversity of senior Women in PR.
She is an Advisor for the No turning back programme, aimed to increase diversity and retention of ethnic minorities in Communications and Marketing and is a school governor for Cromer Road School. Additionally, she was recognised in the HERoes Women Role Model list in 2021.
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Posted on 08.11.2022