“There may be more women CMOs in the Top 50 list, but does that statistic apply to the Top 100 list? Not only is that still dominated by men, the pay gap still exists.”
Firstly thank you for asking me to participate in this interview! My full name is Nur Ayeshah Ahmad, and I go by Ayeshah. I come from a tiny country in South-East Asia that is often unknown to many, and definitely not as popular as our neighbours like Indonesia & Malaysia.
The Abode of Peace A.K.A Brunei is where I was born among 6 sisters and 1 brother, and raised by amazing supportive parents. I am the 4th child out of 8 and yes, we could definitely be our own netball/basketball/5-aside, football team. …
“Earning acceptance in the workplace by male colleagues is a challenge and women absolutely need to prove their intelligence and competency in a way that men do not”
My journey to marketing was born from a love of communications.
Having joined a large corporate in an administrative role, I was presented with the opportunity to complete my schooling and to further my education. …
“Stop paying lip service and just do it. For companies promoting diversity, there have been big rewards in growing their equity and market share.”
I started my marketing career at Unilever, first as a sales rep, then SAB in brand management launching various cider brands. …