Tenisha Elliott

Associate, Analyst, Responsible Investment

Tenisha Elliott joined the GSI team in 2013 where her primary responsibilities were centred around managing the team’s systems and processes, producing management information and statistics and the voting administration of all internally and externally mandated accounts. In November 2016, Tenisha progressed to become an emerging market voting and corporate governance Analyst and has recently taken on additional research and engagement responsibilities for companies within the transport and services sectors. Tenisha holds a BSc with Honours in Business Economics from the University of Westminster. She also holds the Investment Operations Certificate (IOC) and the Level 2 certificate in team leading from the Institute of Leadership and Management.

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