New role for Moody

Bank Windhoek recently appointed Bronwyn Moody as its new head of corporate social investments (CSI), sponsorship and events.

02 August 2019 | People

Staff Reporter

In her new role, Moody will be responsible to drive and spearhead Bank Windhoek’s overall strategic implementation of CSI, sponsorships, events and stakeholder engagement.

Moody first joined Bank Windhoek in 2014 as a communications practitioner and had to oversee CSI as well as manage stakeholder engagement.

In this position, she had to do all the administration of the bank’s investment funds and its stakeholder engagement functions.

Moody has over 10 years’ experience in financial sector corporate communications and has developed a great passion for assisting organisations. Moody looks forward to nurturing relationships with the banks’ stakeholders and taking it to greater heights in future. “It is against this background that Bank Windhoek believes that Moody will take up this challenge with great drive, enthusiasm and competence,” said Jacquiline Pack, Bank Windhoek’s executive officer of marketing and corporate communication services.

Moody holds a bachelor of communications degree, obtained from the Namibia University of Science and Technology (Nust). “I am grateful that the Bank has provided me with an opportunity to help make an impact in the communities where we operate,” says Moody. She says that the bank is proud of Namibia’s heritage and its commitment to contribute to the socio-economic development of Namibia, especially in the area of education, job creation, entrepreneurship, health, sport, culture and welfare.

Since joining Bank Windhoek in 2014 as a communications practitioner tasked with corporate social investment and stakeholder engagement, she has grown fond of the brand. “I now know that whatever impact the bank makes in people’s lives, I have also contributed to making it possible. Not a single day goes by without me having that pride in my work,” says Moody.

She is currently busy with the Capricorn Group Management Development Programme, offered through the University of Stellenbosch Business School. She has also completed a variety of short courses in bookkeeping, accounting, public relations, media writing and presentation skills and stakeholder engagement management training.

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