Undergraduate student, BSc in Business Management
- King's Business School Advisory Council Member
Ijeoma Chuku is an undergraduate student, studying the BSc in Business Management. Having been a KBS20 member and Student Leader since her first year of study, she now sits on the King’s Business School Advisory Council.
Performed as a Marketing Associate and Head of Corporate Relations at the King’s Consulting and Financial Advisory society; and the Head of Marketing at Open Generation, a fundraising NGO focused on arts and culture.
With a creative mind, she is passionate about fashion, film and television, and editorial industries.
Being a graduate of the Enterprise Award from the Entrepreneurship Institute, she has an immense interest in innovation and sustainability. In January 2021, she founded a small sustainable fashion business, CHUKU, which currently upcycles and handmakes bags.
Having completed a Finance Internship at fashion start-ups Khanh Brice Nguyen and KBN Knitwear, she applied her financial and academic knowledge to a real business. Working closely with the start-up’s Founder and Creative Director, Khanh.
At the end of 2022, she completed and graduated from the Financial Times News School and performed alongside FT CEO John Ridding; Google’s Vice President in Marketing, Ben Malbon; and the creator of the Golden Globe and Emmy award-winning television show Ted Lasso, George Bryant; and many more.
Here, she expanded her knowledge of the news and media industry, which complements her work as a Researcher, Writer, and Editor. Her written work has been submitted to Netflix for their online video essays, Nataal Media and Norman Rea Gallery.