NCN appoints new CEO

The National Communications Network In-         corporated has announced that Molly Rampersaud-Hassan has been appointed as its CEO, effective from Tuesday.

According to a press release, Rampersaud-Hassan is the company’s first female CEO.

She worked for several years at Demerara Distillers Limited before being appointed Marketing Director of Unicomer at its Courts and Lucky Dollar franchises in Guyana.

Rampersaud-Hassan, 35, is bringing to NCN 12 years experience in Marketing Management and Finance.

She is a graduate of the University of Guyana (marketing) and she has completed a number of other courses in Business Development.

She is also trained in the area of financial management and is currently pursuing Business Studies (major in marketing) at a London-based university.

The new CEO met with management and staff on Monday and outlined her vision for the company. Foremost among her priorities is ensuring that “NCN takes its rightful place at the top of the media pyramid in Guyana.” Staff welfare, effective resource management and improving profitability are also on her immediate agenda.

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