Terragon Group

Terragon appoints Ann Ukadike as Chief Operating Officer

OCTOBER 19, 2022

We are excited to announce the appointment of Ann Ukadike as our new Chief Operating
Officer. In her new role, she will focus on driving business objectives, lead and manage strategic
high profile projects with cross functional and long term impact, and oversee people to best
serve the business strategy across its regional markets in Africa, specifically, Nigeria, Kenya,
South Africa, and globally.

Ann is an adept business leader with over 12 years experience across different sectors
including Technology, Oil and Gas, Finance, and Consultancy, both locally and internationally.
She is passionate about strategic people management and development as well as
implementation of performance management initiatives to improve productivity. Over the years
she has developed several frameworks for career management, employee engagement,
performance management, etc.

Prior to her appointment as COO, She led Terragon’s People and Office Resources function as
VP, People and Culture. In that capacity, she directed the talent management initiatives,
capacity development, and drove diversity and culture initiatives. Ann’s experience also spans
across several companies in the private and public sectors including, Nestoil Limited, Deloitte,
and PwC.

In her new role as COO, she will work closely with the office of the CEO to ensure Organization-
wide strategies and objectives are achieved. She will also act as a sounding board and thought
partner for the Chief Executive Officer to identify, and resolve key issues regarding the
business, competition, organization, structure and people.

Ann holds a master’s degree in Public Administration (MPA) from the University of Lagos. She
is a member of the Chartered Institute of Personnel Management of Nigeria, a certified
Professional in Human Resources International (PHRi), and a certified Talent Development
Manager from the London School of Business & Finance. She is also an alumna of Common
Purpose Africa.