She supports multinational clients in the areas of reputation, stakeholder engagement and issues management, as well as providing crisis communications support on business-critical issues. Ayesha has consulted on a range of sensitive issues such as embassy/host country crises, infant formula regulation, product contamination and recalls, labor violations, sports activations in emerging markets and litigation support.
Ayesha began her career as an investment banker in New York and London before transitioning to public affairs and issues support. For Ayesha, the transparency of today’s world demands that organizations embrace transformation, clearly demonstrate their societal value and continuously build their licenses to operate. She has worked extensively with family businesses and multinational companies across Asia Pacific in the energy, resources and agricultural sectors, to navigate increasingly complex stakeholder landscapes; defend against NGO, consumer and investor activism; and build engagement programs in the areas of social value, sustainability and climate change.
Ayesha has a Bachelor of Arts in Economics and Political Science from Swarthmore College and also completed specialized coursework in creative writing at Yale University.