Snap just announced a new Chief Communications Officer and its an executive from 21st Century Fox.
The parent company of the SnapChat app, announced on December 10th that it has appointed 21st Century Fox Executive Julie Henderson for the role. Ms. Henderson will be reporting to CEO Evan Spiegel and lead communications globally.
Henderson is currently the Executive Vice President and Chief Communications Officer for 21st Century Fox. She has been with the company since 2013. She will assume her new role at Snap immediately following the completion of the sale of certain 21st Century Fox assets to The Walt Disney Company.
“Julie will be an outstanding addition to our team. She brings incredible experience, talent and integrity, as well as the respect of the tech, media and finance communities,” said Spiegel. “I am deeply grateful to Mary for everything she has done for Snap over the past six years.”
Ms. Henderson will take over the responsibilities of Mary Ritti who was Vice President of Communications and announced she was leaving last summer.
“I am deeply grateful to Mary for everything she has done for Snap over the past six years,”remarked Spiegel.
“She has been an incredible partner and we could not have built Snap without her dedication to our community and mission.”
“The Snap team’s deep connection with its global community and their passion for creating innovative products made this an irresistible opportunity,” said Ms. Henderson. “As the company enters its next phase of development, its creativity and vision set the stage to grow Snap’s business and impact. I’m excited to work with Evan and my new colleagues to further their vision and belief in the power of visual communications.”
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