JCDecaux Australia & New Zealand CEO, Steve O’Connor, today announced that Cassandra Cameron (feature image), the Out-of-home company’s Head of Trading and Sales Operations, has been promoted and will join the Executive Leadership Team (ELT).
Cameron’s appointment on the ELT is effective immediately.
Having held a similar role at APN Outdoor, Cameron leads an expanded JCDecaux trading and sales operations team responsible for the design and execution of the company’s revenue strategy as well as providing commercial insights, revenue analytics and modelling.
“Cassandra has been a tremendous asset to the business and her elevation to the executive leadership team will provide us with additional knowledge from the sales operations and trading area as well as her broader business acumen and commercial foresight,” O’Connor said.
“We look forward to welcoming Cassandra to the ELT and her counsel in aiding the success of the company as we navigate significant change and growth over the coming years.”
Commenting on her promotion, Cameron said: “This is an exciting opportunity for me. I am thrilled to be joining such an experienced leadership team at a time of great possibility and growth for JCDecaux Australia and New Zealand.”
Cameron joins O’Connor, COO Andrew Hines, CFO Brendan O’Neil, CCO Max Eburne, CMO Essie Wake, NZ country head Mike Watkins, GM finance David Watkins and director of government & public relations Tess Phillips on the executive leadership team.
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