Rachel Gnagniko

Amiokaa Associates


Rachel passionately champions collaboration, embracing the transformative potential of partnerships and idea exchange. Drawing from her unique perspective as a French-Togolese citizen, she enhances the experiences of minoritised groups in various sectors.Adhering to her mantra, "Structure is Freedom," she leverages the strength of clear, meaningful processes to cultivate exceptional experiences within diverse and creative teams.Her approach centres on analysing processes, planning and supporting their implementation, and devising strategies for continuous improvement. This comprehensive methodology ensures sustainable success and growth for organisations and their leaders.She is an accomplished management consultant member of the Institute of Consulting, the Consultant for Good Network, and The Institute of Equality and Diversity Practitioners.


Rachel has been providing insights and guidance to organisations nationwide, including the V&A, Everyman and Playhouse Theatres, and the Anthony Walker Foundation. She also is aTrustee at the Liverpool Guild of Students.Her expertise spans a diverse range of sectors, including Arts, Culture & Heritage, Equality, Diversity & Inclusion, Partnerships, Charities and Social Enterprise.


Level 1 (Eq. Master) National Directory of Professional Qualifications, *Management Consultant*, Conservatoire National des Arts et Métiers.Master's degree, *Communication* Specialising in communication strategiesBachelor's degree, *Sciences in Labour and Society* Specialising in People, Social Relations and OrganisationsComplementing a robust academic background, Rachel holds certifications as a trauma-informed practitioner and an advanced practitioner in neurodiversity in the workplace.She also possesses a certificate from the Chartered Management Institute in Leading Equality and Diversity.


Rachel founded Amiokaa Ltd, a dynamic management consultancy, known for facilitating productive dialogues on challenging workplace issues.Clients list includes 20 Stories High, Anthony Walker Foundation, Arts Against Racism Campaign, Bluecoat, British Council, Chichester Festival, Crossroads Theatre Company, Dada, FACT, Heart of Glass, Holocaust Exhibition and Learning Center, Invisible Dust, Jabuti Theatres, Liverpool Everyman and Playhouse, Lyric Hammersmith, Mercury theatre, Movema, National Theatre, Northampton Theatres, Rambert, Rotherham Open Arts Renaissance, Scissor Kick, Scottish Ballet, Sheffield Theatre, University of Central Lancashire’s Research Centre for Migration Diaspora and Exile (MIDEX) and Institute for Black Atlantic Research (IBAR), Victoria & Albert Museum.