Chioma Mordi Appointed CEO of The Society for Corporate Governance Nigeria
The Board of Director of the Society for Corporate Governance Nigeria has appointed Mrs. Chioma Mordi as its new Managing Director/Chief Executive Officer.
Mr. Muhammed. K. Ahmed, President, and Board Chairman, the Society for Corporate Governance Nigeria announced the development in a statement.
Mrs. Mordi has assumed management and leadership of the Society effective October 7, 2020. She took over from Mrs. Hilda Nkor who is the immediate past CEO of the Society.
Until her appointment, Mrs. Mordi served as Chief Operating Officer (COO) of the Society for Corporate Governance Nigeria.
“She has over 10 years’ experience working in operations, strategic development & execution, programmes curriculum development, partnership engagement, and research experience with a focus on corporate governance and leadership, all at The Society for Corporate Governance Nigeria.”
“She has grown through the ranks of the organisation, developing strategic leadership and management capabilities that has prepared her to lead the Society to greater heights of impact and value.”
As COO of the Society, Mrs. Mordi successfully steered the Society to an organisation of substantial national and international reputation through collaborations with key institutions, including the AFOS Foundation for Entrepreneurial Development Co-operation of Germany, Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), Nigeria Deposit Insurance Corporation (NDIC), Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) and other regulatory agencies in different sectors of the economy.
Mrs. Mordi holds a bachelor’s degree in Demography and Statistics from Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, a Master of Business Administration (MBA) Degree from the Lagos Business School. She has attended different management courses in IESE Business School and Barcelona. She is also an Associate Member of the Nigerian Institute of Management and a member of Women in Management and Business (WIMBIZ).
Speaking about the Society, Mrs. Mordi said, “Nigeria is a great nation that the Society will continue to craft strategies in repositioning its corporate governance processes especially in this unique and interesting times.”