• Sami Ghabrial
    Sami Ghabrial
    AMRA Chairman
  • JANE NZOMO
    JANE NZOMO
    DIRECTOR EASTERN AFRICA
  • JOY UYANWUNE
    JOY UYANWUNE
    DIRECTOR WESTERN AFRICA
Sami Ghabrial
AMRA Chairman

On 11 April 2017 the AMRA Directors elected the first AMRA Chairman, Sami Ghabrial (Managing Director, Marketeers Research, Egypt). Sami is a Telecommunication Engineer, with an MBA degree (The American University in Cairo), with the concomitant logical mind and sense for the meaning behind numbers. His marketing management expertise was obtained with two great institutions: Xerox, with its best management practice and healthy business culture, and Pepsi with its great marketing. He has attained cross industrial experience and learnt to manage well new challenges in interactions with great clients such as UL, P&G, GM, RB, and PMI in many countries and across cultures. Sami has created a wonderful team of young and enthusiastic professionals within Marketeers.

JANE NZOMO
DIRECTOR EASTERN AFRICA

Jane Nzomo is co-founder and Managing Director of Consumer Options Limited, a full service market research firm established in 2004, with a track record of providing research based solutions across Africa.  Jane Nzomo is also a founding Director of the African Market Research Association NPC (AMRA), and a member of the Marketing & Social Research Association (MSRA) in Kenya, where Africa Forum 2018 is being held.

JOY UYANWUNE
DIRECTOR WESTERN AFRICA


Joy, an expert in consumer-centric growth for businesses, and an ardent believer in citizen development through research-directed strategies for a new Africa, has built over 20-year experience in Marketing Management and Market & Social Research from both client and agency sides. With experience in most of the fields of marketing and opinion research, she currently heads Decision Support, a full service Market & Social Research agency, which conducts research in several African countries.She serves as Nigeria Representative for ESOMAR (a global body of market research professionals)  and recently won the Best ESOMAR Representative award, Emerging Markets. Before her new role at NiMRA, she was the Association’s Vice President and is a NiMRA Fellow.  She represents Western Africa in the Management Committee of the African Market Research Association (AMRA).Beyond the research world, Joy interacts with others across the globe with interest to highlight the Africa’s potentials, brainstorm innovative ideas and activate on various pressing issues in the continent.