PageGroup appoints non-exec director
Danuta Gray is a member of the boards of Aer Lingus plc, Old Mutual plc, Paddy Power plc and of Headstrong, a charity working in youth mental health.
She was chairman of Telefónica O2 in Ireland until December 2012, having previously been its chief executive from 2001 to 2010 and remains an advisor to Telefónica in Germany and Wayra, Ireland, Telefonica's Accelerator unit for ICT start ups.
Prior to that, Gray was a senior vice president for BT Europe in Germany, and during her career gained experience in sales, marketing, customer service and technology and in leading and changing large businesses. She previously served for seven years on the board of Irish Life and Permanent plc, was a director of business in the Community Ireland.
Gray said, "I am delighted to be joining the board of Michael Page International and working with Robin and the rest of the board and management team".
Robin Buchanan, chairman, commented, "Danuta will make an excellent addition to our Board. Her considerable international experience both in line leadership roles and non-executive directorships will be very valuable to us. Her background in technology as well as sales and marketing will also be particularly useful. We are delighted to have her join us".
The company has also annouced that, with effect from 10 December 2013, Elaine Marriner was appointed company secretary and as of the same date Kelvin Stagg resigned as company secretary.