Ekeroth calls herself a “citizen of the world” having been born in Canada, raised in the Philippines and educated in Sweden, before settling in Britain. She is a passionate D&I advocate and is co-chair of the EY Women’s Network. Last year, she oversaw the delivery of 38 network events, covering topics like the gender pensions gap and male allyship, and launched EY’s EMEIA Women in Technology programme. This is on top of her day-to-day responsibilities, which include leading a team and overseeing a multimillion-pound marketing budget.
How many positions have you had?
I started my career as a Marketing Graduate with an energy company – rotating through various areas of the business. Since joining EY eight years ago, I’ve held three roles as I’ve progressed in the firm – all in the employer branding space.