Techfugees boosts ‘Triple A’ Global Board with new NED appointments

Welcome Alexandra Annable

Techfugees is delighted to announce the appointment of Alexandra Annable to the Global Board as Non-Executive Director to accelerate international community efforts serving to empower inclusion of forcibly displaced persons with responsible tech.

As industry experts, non-executive board members embrace the Global Board culture of ‘Triple-A’ philanthropy with each member serving as Ambassador, Advocate, and Asker with Techfugees core DRENCH values of dignity, respect, equality, neutrality, commitment as servant leaders and humility to translate actions to empower displaced persons and solidarity for global teaming.

Alexandra will be championing strategic relationships, marketing & advocacy and rallying call-to-actions events to support innovations, inclusion and insights programmes orchestrated by Techfugees working with refugees in celebrating their talent and participation in society.

Alexandra brings a distinguished career spanning over two decades international experience as a global PR and communications C-level professional elevating brand ideals for organisations seeking to enhance their reputations and visibility by communicating with the right audiences. She has worked with several of the world’s biggest tech firms that include Google, Microsoft, Samsung, Facebook, Oracle, EA Games and many more including renowned brands and tech start-ups; harnessing the power of digital and social media to engage customers and build a strong digital presence for businesses to scale across international markets.

A passionate entrepreneur with a creative neurodivergent growth mindset and strong work ethics who challenges the status quo to apply innovative communications approaches and engagement strategy to drive next generational growth.

Alexandra stands #WithRefugees around the world and is committed to contribute to Techfugees mission to empower refugees with responsible tech developed for and with them, whilst amplifying their human rights in the digital society.