Rhonda Martin

Experience

Rhonda started her career working in the media on graduating working for a variety of PR, marketing and top 20 advertising agencies in key account manager roles culminating in heads of new business roles.

Since then and for the last 18 years Rhonda has worked in the professional service sector working for a range of global professional services firms including KPMG, Allen & Overy and the Institute of Chartered Accountants of England & Wales (ICAEW) working in roles such as global key account manager on Unilever and in being a founding member of the ICAEW’s first leadership and executive development team, providing consultancy services to corporate and individual members of the ICAEW.

Prior to joining the Center for Creative Leadership, Rhonda worked as global client relations director for Common Purpose leadership development and more recently Rhonda had a senior talent development role within the legal sector, Allen & Overy, focusing on partner development and leading on global coaching and  mentoring.

Rhonda’s expertise includes gender diversity with credentials including having set up and managed some award winning programs to support the advancement of women within professional services including launching both a UK and SE Asian  Women  in Leadership program, a UK returners to work and Women on Board program.  Rhonda was a finalist in the 2010 Women of the Future awards and was a judge in the 2015 Women in the City awards.

Current Role

 Rhonda is the Regional Director for the UK, Ireland and Nordics, with a focus on business development and in generation revenue from new clients to CCL. She also has global account management responsibility for a number of CCL clients.

Educational Background 

Rhonda grew up and was educated in the UK, Brussels and France.  She graduated in business and finance from Buckingham New University and has partially completed her Msc from the Roffey Park Leadership Institute in People and Organizational Development.

Rhonda is a Board member of the City Women’s Network where she is Co-Chair of the Personal Development Committee.

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