The Marketing Academy, of which Marketing Week is a founding partner, unveiled the full list of 30 scholars this week after a launch event at Diageo headquarters.
The scholars come from a range of organisations including BBC Worldwide, Camelot, Aviva, BT and Microsoft. Sherilyn Shackell, founder of the Marketing Academy, said: “We have once again been blown away by the level of marketing talent here in the UK. We had some incredibly tough decisions to make when choosing the final 30 scholars and we are grateful to everyone who has helped in the selection process.”
A unique opportunity
Commenting on her success, Natasha (right) said: “I’m really excited to be named as a Marketing Academy Scholar for 2014 and the first marketing consultant on the scheme! The programme offers the unique opportunity to work closely with some of the UK’s best marketers and provides coaching and mentoring from talented business and marketing leaders from across the industry. This will help me to better understand the marketing landscape and bring valuable insights back into Capgemini Consulting and I’ll be using it as an opportunity to promote our brand and capabilities more widely.”
Natasha joined Capgemini in 2013. Before this, she was the marketing lead for the manufacturing and utilities sectors at a major IT consulting firm, responsible for end-to-end B2B marketing, campaign management, events and communications.