Bank Windhoek assigns Muukua with CSI and Stakeholder Engagement role

24 January 2020 | Society

Bank Windhoek has appointed Veripura Muukua as its new Communication Practitioner, tasked with Corporate Social Investment (CSI) and Stakeholder Engagement, effective Wednesday, 15 January 2020.

In her new role, Muukua will be responsible for the administration and the coordination of the Bank’s Social Investment Fund (SIF) and its Stakeholder Engagement function.

“We are delighted to welcome Muukua in our team. With her passion for building relationships and community development, we believe that Muukua’s drive and enthusiasm will contribute to Bank Windhoek’s strategic objectives,” said Bank Windhoek’s Executive Officer of Marketing and Corporate Communication Services, Jacquiline Pack.

Prior to joining Bank Windhoek, Muukua was a Communication Officer of the Namibia Nature Foundation (NNF), a leading conservation and sustainable development organisation. She held that position for a period of three years and was responsible for the NNF’s internal and external communication activities, including digital marketing and management.

Veripura holds a Bachelor of Arts Honours Degree in Media Studies, majoring in Public Relations and Political Studies, obtained from the University of Namibia (UNAM). Her career and academic skills have imparted her with knowledge and skills in building internal and external relationships; events management; engaging with vast stakeholders such as international bodies, donors and government ministries; coordinating and supporting rural community projects for sustainable development and organising numerous Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) projects.

“We wish Muukua the best and trust that her professional journey with Bank Windhoek will be rewarding,” concluded Pack.

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