Chief government spokesperson takes office at Argus – The Royal Gazette
Updated: 16 Dec. 2021 18:18
The Argus Group has announced the appointment of Aderonke Bademosi Wilson as Director of Communications.
Ms. Wilson was the director of the government’s communications department.
The company said that upon leaving government, she will be responsible for developing and overseeing a corporate communications strategy at Argus, aligned with business imperatives which include media relations, branding , image and reputation management and internal communications.
Argus CEO Alison Hill said, “The position of Director of Communications is a newly created position and as a Senior Communications Professional, she brings a wealth of knowledge from the local, international, public and private sectors.
“Argus is placing more emphasis on providing clear and frequent communications to all stakeholders, including current and future shareholders, customers, employees and business partners.
“As an exciting first step in the process, we took on Aderonke.
“With her extensive experience, she will help us better communicate our value to shareholders as we continue to develop and implement strategies that will support Argus’ growth and earnings diversification. Do this by always placing our customers at the heart of all our decisions.
Ms. Bademosi Wilson added: “I am happy to be part of the Argus team. There are exciting developments taking place across the organization including initiatives focused on health management rather than disease management.
“As a growing global company, the emphasis is on everyone winning with a culture of doing the right thing. I look forward to expanding the communication function within the company and for external stakeholders.
Ms. Bademosi Wilson joins Argus after six and a half years as Director of the Bermuda Government’s Communications Department.
Argus’s statement said, “Among her notable accomplishments with the government, she led crisis communications during the first 18 months of the COVID-19 pandemic.
“Aderonke is a Project Management Institute Certified Project Management Professional and has a Master of Arts in Human Resource Management and Development.
“She also has a Bachelor of Arts in Communications. She has over 30 years of experience in business communication.
“Ms. Bademosi Wilson is a student and Appreciative Inquiry practitioner and has facilitated over 100 workshops in Bermuda, the United States and Sierra Leone. “
Argus’ recent activities aimed at positioning itself as a forward-looking, dynamic global company will require an expansion of its corporate communications function.
The changes include the acquisition of The Family Practice Group and Island Health Services in June 2020.
This was in addition to the earlier acquisition of One Team Health, their Canada-based healthcare and networking company.
The company recently said that it has created a truly unique healthcare ecosystem focused on delivering quality integrated healthcare solutions.
It comes as a coincidence as the government is set to develop a program of reforms that, among other things, would establish the Bermuda Health Plan as a new minimum benefit program, create a unified health financing system and seek to improve access to preventive care and disease. management.
Aderonke Bademosi Wilson: from government to Argus