Gina London Joins Fuzion Team
10th October 2016
Communications firm Fuzion announced it is joining forces with Gina London – an Emmy award-winning veteran CNN anchor and correspondent and internationally acclaimed thought-leader in strategic communications.
A native of America who recently permanently relocated to Ireland, Gina brings unparalleled global media, employee engagement and campaign management experience having lived or worked in more than a dozen countries including Italy, France, UK, Germany, Romania, UAE, Cambodia, Jordan, Nigeria, Ghana and Egypt.
Her impressive list of largely Fortune 500 clients includes SAP, McKesson, Daimler, Heineken, Wells Fargo Bank, Parsons Brinckerhoff, and the US Department of State. In just the past year in Ireland, Gina has immersed herself in becoming part of the Irish scene: As a broadcaster, she’s a regular contributor for Newstalk 106-108fm and RTE radio and she will provide in-studio analysis for RTE television’s US presidential election coverage.
As a writer, Gina is the author of one book and has contributed to many local publications including Accountancy and Business and Finance magazine. As a speaker and MC, she has appeared at a variety of high-profile events like IBEC’s CEO summit, the Pendulum Summit, the European Tech Summit, the US Ambassador’s Creative Minds Series and has led training sessions for an array of local organisations including Curragh Camp, ESB and Pernod Ricard Ireland.
“I’m committed to staying and growing roots here in Ireland and collaborating with Fuzion the perfect fit,” London stated. “Deirdre [Waldron], along with her partner Greg Canty and the rest of the terrific team are holistic in their approach, providing comprehensive care and creativity. They, like me, truly want to make a positive impact with each client and project.”
Gina’s new role as International and Strategic Communications Director takes place immediately.
(Pictured L-R: Deirdre Waldron, Fuzion and recent Boots WMB Empowering Women Award 2016 finalist; Gina London; and Greg Canty, Fuzion.)