Gina Thompson

Gina Thompson is an exuberant yet empathetic Digital Media Assistant for Warner Bros TV Production.

Having worked with Warner for 1 year, Gina’s technical focus has chiefly been in areas within the digital space such as, Content Creation and Production, Social Media Ideation, Strategies and Campaigns, Online and Offline Marketing, SEO, PPC and Traditional Web Management. In this role, Gina championed and supported social media campaigns and output for TV shows such as Channel4’s ‘First Dates’ and ‘First Dates Hotel’, BBC’s ‘Nine to Five With Stacey Dooley’, ITV’s brand new ‘The Big Audition’, and more. Delivering digestible and engaging content for the audience, with a forethought approach in an ever evolving space.

Prior to Warner Bros, Gina worked as a Make-up artiste for the luxury beauty brand Yves Saint Laurent, in its flagship stores in Oxford Street, London. Representing the brand in store, supporting customers and driving sales.

Born and raised in Port Harcourt, Nigeria, Gina’s ‘big move’ to the UK has been one of her bravest achievements yet. Whilst studying Film at the University Campus Suffolk, Ipswich, Gina expressed her passion in people with an imperative need to get young adults have vital discussions – from goals, ambitions, self and career development and most importantly, mental health and in doing so, a safe space, ‘Make A Mate’ was born.

Gina’s peers have often described her as a ‘go getter’, ‘special’ and ‘reliable’, she prides herself in her quality relationships with people. Her compassion has led her to volunteer for and support The Cancer Research UK charity.
Once a pageant Queen, Gina has held the title of Miss Big, Bold and Beautiful, London, with all proceeds to the Sue Ryder charity.

Outside the cooperate space, Gina spends time honing and developing her other passions such as TV presenting/vlogging, gastronomy, networking and a recently acquired hobby, boxing.

Occasionally appearing on your TV screen as a supporting artiste, extra or an audience member, her love for the Arts, the Entertainment and TV industry is still as captivating to her now as it were a young, hopeful, girl child in Nigeria.