26 August 2014

South Africa: Telkom Appoints Osullivan As Spokesperson

Pretoria — TELKOM has announced the appointment of Jacqui OSullivan as Managing Executive for Group Communication and Public Relations.

Telkom Chief Marketing Officer, Enzo Scarcella, confirmed the appointment on Tuesday.

Jacqui's previous experience and track record in communications makes her a clear fit for Telkom as we move to reposition ourselves as the country's leading ICT provider. She will be instrumental in guiding how we communicate with key stakeholders and customers, said Scarcella.

OSullivan welcomed the appointment.

This is a great opportunity to work for a company at the forefront of South Africa's technological developments and I'm looking forward to joining the team, she said.

O'Sullivan is joining Telkom from Sasol, where she was the Vice President: Group Corporate Branding and Communication at Sasol.

She also fulfilled an executive communication role at Motorola for the Middle East and Africa and was the Head of Communication and Corporate Social Investment at South African Airways.

OSullivan holds a BA in English and Politics from the University of Stellenbosch.

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