Nessrin Gebreel

Nessrin Gebreel got her first taste for both Indigenous and contemporary art through her father, whose work for the United Nations took him and his family across the continents around the globe. Her mother, a textile designer, and brother are also avid art appreciators.

After gaining a Bachelor degree from Royal Holloway, University of London, her career started within the human rights field and working with the likes of the Refugee Council and Amnesty International, UK. In 1999, she coordinated all the press, marketing and fundraising initiatives for the AIUK on the Eurythmics Peacetour, the proceeds of which went to Greenpeace and AIUK.

Her career then switched to the entertainment industry when she was headhunted by the entertainment mogul Simon Fuller, with whom she ended up working with for over ten years. As a senior member of his management team at 19 Entertainment, she had a wide remit across music, fashion, sport and TV.

In particular, Nessrin managed David and Victoria Beckham's individual and joint business and creative projects for six years. She also managed multiple million-copy-selling Top 10 music artists, as well as being instrumental in the reinvestment and re-launch of the Roland Mouret's luxury fashion label.

Now highly sought after as a consultant, her expertise is in IP concept creations, strategic development of global brands and commercially driven entertainment and media related business projects. Working for established companies as well as start-ups, she is able to develop, market and commercialise new and established talent as well as luxury brands.

Currently, Nessrin is consulting on a number of projects. She is the Business and Brand Director at Teatum Jones, a luxury women's wear brand that sells globally and the Marketing and Brand Advisor for the Little House, a designer collection of men and women's apparels and accessories based in New York, US.

She is also the Executive Director at Nomad Two Worlds (N2W) which creates art and business collaborations with Indigenous and marginalized populations around the world. Founded by Russell James, it puts these communities in touch with a pool of world-class talent. It is also based on a socially conscious business model, to bridge the gap between philanthropic and commercial endeavors.

Nessrin is now married and lives between London and Abu Dhabi in the United Arab Emirates.

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