Nneka MadubugwuCoordinator, Recruitment Services

Specialties Include, But Not Limited To:
  • Recruitment & Selection
  • High Profile Placement
  • Public Relations & Communication
  • Learning & Development
  • Creative Content Generation
  • Business Development

Nneka holds a degree in English Language from the Imo State University  Owerri and an Abridged Masters Degree from the Metropolitan School of Business Management UK. She is responsible for establishing and meeting all recruitment needs at Fosad Consulting, ranging from sourcing, head hunting, networking and placement.

She began her career at the Human Resource unit of Braincraft Consulting, designing retention strategies for the firm’s clients; while acting as a valuable resource person for their Learning and Development arm. Her dynamism in her job functions helped shape her quest for excellence in the Human Resource profession and that ultimately paved the way to her becoming the energetic Human Resource Analyst she is today.

She is an innovative and enthusiastic recruiter, with a blend of content development and business analysis acumen, drawn from human resource evaluation processes.

She thereafter had a brief stint in the aviation industry where she pioneered and managed the Customer Service department as the General Manager, Customer Service of the Nigerian Airspace Management Agency.

“Success is walking from failure to failure with no loss of enthusiasm.”

— Winston Churchill

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