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Business & Tech Executive Lucy Quist appointed as Chief Diversity & Inclusion Officer for Technology & Operations at Morgan Stanley

Ghanaian-British business and technology executive cum author Lucy Quist for her new appointment as Chief Diversity & Inclusion Officer for Technology & Operations at Morgan Stanley, an American multinational investment bank and financial services company.

Through her office of competence and expert at what she does, she has been able to build a high profile name for herself in the world of business and technology in addition to working with giant companies like  Ford Motor Company, Royal Bank of Scotland,  FIFA, just to mention a few. It’s no surprise her technical-know, intellect, passion, commitment, team work, can do spirit, positive attitude to work and leadership skills enticed the multinational company to level up her already existing pedigree.

As a feminist who seeks be a beacon of hope for every woman to know the importance of living with purpose and injecting the can do spirit in them, has mounted on public speaking platforms like Mobile World Congress, Hogan Lovells African Forum 2017, Pan African Women Forum, TEDxEuston, Wharton Africa Business Forum, the Sanford C. Bernstein Center for Leadership and Ethics Conference at Columbia Business School and the African Development Investment Convention to empower both men and women. In case you did’t know, she was the first Ghanaian woman CEO in the telecommunications industry.

Below is a list of awards and honours she has swept under she sleeves:

    8th Most Influential Public Figures – Ghana Social Media Rankings (2016)

    Corporate Leadership Award, Ghana Legacy Honours (2017)

    Top 50 Women Corporate Leaders in Ghana (WomanRising)

    100 Most Influential Ghanaian Women, WomanRising

    CSR CEO of the Year, Ghana CSR Excellence Awards (2015)

    Telecom CEO of the Year, GITTA Awards (2016)

    BBC’s Power Women

Story by: John Claude Tamakloe.

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