Speaker BiosWho is speaking at the IUSA Conference 2019
Gina London changes people’s lives.
With clients in 5 continents, she represents some of the top companies and executives in the world.
An Emmy-winning former CNN correspondent and anchor, Gina brings her passion for people and helping leaders tell their stories better to whatever event she is privileged to be a part of. She is an internationally recognized high energy speaker, facilitator and premier strategic communications expert based in Ireland.
Her Fortune 500 clients include SAP, McKesson, Merck, Pernod-Ricard, Deloitte, Daimler, JP Morgan and the United States Department of State.
In addition, Gina provides interactive and motivational keynote speeches on the power of communicating with purpose. She has facilitated or compèred hundreds of events – like the 2018 International Children’s Peace Prize in Cape Town, South Africa. She brings her network interview skills when she profiles top leaders like Ford Executive Chairman Bill Ford, Jr; EY Global CEO Mark Weinberger, Huffington Post CEO Jared Grusd and Nobel Peace Prize winners Oscar Arias and Archbishop Desmond Tutu.
In humanitarian roles, Gina is the continuing chair for UNICEF’s International Council, leading events at the United Nations in New York at Innocenti in Florence, Italy. Gina also worked with the first Iraqi women running for Parliament, women’s civil rights leaders in the Persian Gulf, and issues activists in Ghana, Egypt, Tunisia, Cambodia, Indonesia, Macedonia and Romania.
A published author and regular news analyst on radio and TV, Gina also currently writes the weekly business leadership column for Ireland’s largest newspaper, The Sunday Independenttitled, “The Communicator”.
She has featured in a wide range of global media outlets including (New Zealand) Newstalk ZB; (Italy):Le Notizie; La Repubblica (Nigeria): The Nation, Your View, TVC, Channels TV; (Romania): In Business Today; (Egypt): The Rose; (UK); BBC; (US): CNN, Fox News, The Orlando Sentinel, The Denver Post,and Fast Company.
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