April Ngo

April Ngo

Production coordinatorLondon, United Kingdom
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April Ngo

April Ngo

Production coordinatorLondon, United Kingdom
About me
@aprilmngo @citizenobsessed @bulliedbytheleft
Projects
  • New York 2020: The Darkest Hour
    New York 2020: The Darkest HourIn this extensive photo-book, author Eric Butler has captured New York’s missteps during the pandemic, and the abysmal leadership that accelerated the city’s downfall. Every photo is a true representation of a city deteriorating, and a leadership gone awry. Butler delivers a damning account of how New York’s response made the pandemic worse, and how the failings of Gov. Andrew Cuomo and Mayor Bill de Blasio cost New York thousands of lives. � The book is available on Amazon and Barnes & Noble
  • Oyella Odong Of GO BARE – Making Sure No Child Goes Barefoot Again
    Oyella Odong Of GO BARE – Making Sure No Child Goes Barefoot AgainRecently did this interview with Oyella Odong, an Uganda-born, London-based entrepreneur, who is on a mission to ensure that no child ever walks barefoot again. Established in 2019, Go Bare is a non-profit with the core mission to provide shoes to children in third-world countries particularly Uganda. Through Go Bare, Oyella raises awareness and funds to support the organization’s commitment to empowering people by providing them with the necessary tools to support their education. Read the ful
  • Farhana Von Mitzlaff – the aftermath of the world’s deadliest industrial disaster and why we still need to pay attention to where and how our clothes are made
    Farhana Von Mitzlaff – the aftermath of the world’s deadliest industrial disaster and why we still need to pay attention to where and how our clothes are madeBy April Ngo November 25 In 2013, one of the world’s deadliest industrial disasters took place in Dhaka, Bangladesh. The world watched as an eight-story factory building collapsed to the ground, trapping and killing over 1000 people employed by garment factories. Another 2,500 were injured. The tragedy shook the western world, whose many retailers hold their manufacturing in thousands of these multipurpose factories around Bangladesh. Global outrage ensued over dangerous working conditions, tri
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Skills
  • Fashion
  • Advertising
  • Creative Agency
  • Administration
  • Office Management
  • Project Management
  • Production Assistant
  • Creative Thinking