Actress Samira Mohamed Ali is our new ambassador

Samira Mohamed AliWe are delighted to announce actress Samira Mohamed Ali will be an Ambassador for Cerebra.

Samira is an award-winning International Actress and Brands Model who is currently working with many leading global companies. From a very young age, Samira started off as a model and led many high profile campaigns through her entrepreneurial skills. Not only was Samira known as a model, but she was also seen as a strong businesswoman, creating new marketing and innovative strategies for clients within the commercial world.

While she was still modeling, she worked part time for the world’s largest international bank (HSBC), becoming onequote-samira of the youngest bankers in the UK. At this point, aged just 21, Samira was given her first opportunity to test her presenting skills – interviewing top banking directors and financial executives for HSBC’s Internal Communications Department, a TV channel aired once a week to all HSBC branches across the UK and US.

Samira is currently the Ambassador for FilmInWales and works with the Welsh Government in attracting co-productions and inward investment to Wales from Bollywood and the US. Samira has recently signed as a lead role in a major movie in India and will also star as one of the lead roles for the ‘Dr Who’ movie – the Largest Fan Funded Movie ever in the US at the beginning of 2015. Her performance in Award Winning Molly Crows Movie received great reviews from film critics and the recent premiere gained support from Hollywood Actor Michael Sheen.

quote-chrisSamira has just returned from the US where she was this year’s UK Ambassador for BritWeek Miami and co-hosted the UKTI GALA Awards with Sean Yazbeck and presented the Award to CEO of Brightstar Corp. Marcelo Claure, partner in David Beckham’s new Miami League of Soccer.

The Neath born actress, said “This is a real privilege and honor to have been asked to be an ambassador for such a unique charity. I am very passionate about Cerebra as it does exceptional work with supporting children and their families and I hope it continues to grow year on year so that the service can be offered to more people across the UK”.

On 29th May Samira visited the charity’s headquarters in Carmarthen to meet staff and families who are currently being supported by the charity. Chris Jones, CEO of Cerebra said “Having Samira as our Ambassador will help us raise the awareness of the charity throughout the UK and internationally. It is very exciting to have Samira representing us and especially at our 2014 Awards ceremony in London for the children to be recognized and presented by such an inspirational figure that is also very supportive of us here in Carmarthen. We are very grateful to Samira for committing her time to us in between her busy filming schedule.”

Take a look at a video from the day and find out why our ambassadors are so important to us.

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