Haddy Ndure

Host of Stories From The Continent & Former ITV Journalist

  • Host of Stories From The Continent
  • Former ITV News Journalist
  • Academic Marketing Executive for Cambridge University Press
  • Former BBC World Service Intern
  • Co-Founder of the Audacity Education Programme

When Haddy Ndure is booked for events, they are known to discuss the following speaking topics:

Diversity & Inclusion
Climate Change
Motivational Speaker
Inspirational Speaker

Haddy Ndure is a journalist and presenter who has dedicated her career to championing the achievements of the African Continent. The British-Gambian professional has fronted various programmes that highlight the success of individuals and countries within Africa and she has earned an international platform thanks to the insightful and engaging nature of her work. With a background as a news anchor and a passion for diversity, Haddy is the ideal speaker to support corporate clients in embracing an inclusive culture, inspired by her global stories.

Best known for her commitment to African heritage, Haddy has put African achievements at the forefront of the British media as the host of Stories From the Continent. The series is based online and attracts more than 30,000 viewers as she interviews high profile individuals with links to Africa. From vice-presidents to entrepreneurs, Haddy has interviewed a wide array of individuals who optimise the diverse talent coming from the continent. Additionally, Haddy is the Co-Founder of the Audacity Education Programme which partners aspiring young Africans with universities and educational facilities to improve their experience through internships.

A highly successful media figure, Haddy’s career began shortly after she completed her BA in Journalism. Following a variety of impressive internships with the BBC including periods with the BBC World Service and local outlets, Haddy joined ITV News as a journalist in 2017. From Jeremy Corbyn to Sadiq Khan her interviews with some of the biggest names in politics saw her gain authority in the industry. Currently, Haddy is the Academic Marketing Executive for Cambridge University Press, working on the Europe, Middle East and Africa segment.

A sought after speaker and moderator, Haddy has previously given talks for UNECA conferences, Africa Business Chamber’s Young Entrepreneurs Forum and the United Nations. As a passionate and motivated speaker, Haddy naturally engages her audiences in the topics she is discussing and her experience in the media ensures a professional presentation. She is booked to share her insight into such themes as diversity, equality and education.

Official Testimonials

Haddy Ndure is regularly booked to engage audiences at events, read their latest feedback below:

“Haddy, you were inspiring in our workshop on the importance of networks, and I loved the two key points on connection and challenge.”

The Associate Dean at De Montfort University

“Haddy, you were AMAZING this morning! I couldn’t be more proud of you and how you represented DMU alumni. Thank you for supporting this event and sharing your insights, it was great to see you in action and hear about your experiences.”

De Montfort University Alumni Engagement officer

“The interview is more than we asked for and beyond our expectations…My team is over the moon..It’s superbly done. You are gifted.We are more than impressed. The entire team says *Asante Sana*”

United Nations Economic Commission for Africa

“Haddy was fab! A really lovely woman and she definitely flowed a little better after the first event was under her belt… nothing uncommon”

Linsey, Commercial Events Manager, Nottinghamshire Awards 

“It went perfectly. Thank you so much to your team and Haddy for this quick turnaround and great delivery. Haddy was so engaging and really knowledgeable. Looking forward to working with you in the future!”

Samiksha, Kalla Group

To enquire about Haddy Ndure for your event or corporate function, simply contact us via agent@diversity-inclusion-speakers.com or call a booking agent on 0203 9816 297.