The Telegraph welcomes new executive Gnosoulla Tsioupra-Lewis as Chief People Officer
The Telegraph has today announced the appointment of Gnosoulla Tsioupra-Lewis to the role of Chief People Officer.
In her role she will support the fulfillment of the Telegraph vision by focusing on engaging and developing talent throughout the organisation. She will take to her new post in February, joining The Telegraph from UBM, where as Senior Vice President, HR Global she was the head of HR for EMEA. Her time with UBM saw her develop high level HR strategies, driving business growth and developing talent. Before this she was Group Employment Lawyer at UBM.
Gnosoulla also has a keen interest in diversity and social responsibility, having developed and promoted D&I and sustainability programmes at UBM.
This appointment comes as The Telegraph shares its company vision to pioneer new ways to serve at least 10 million registered customers through quality journalism and experiences. The Telegraph has successfully evolved into a multi-platform digital news brand that continues to deliver the highest-quality journalism. The Telegraph is also focused on diversifying into new revenue streams, including advertising, digital subscriptions, travel, financial services and events.
Nick Hugh, CEO, The Telegraph said “Gnosoulla’s reputation and experience made her a great fit for Chief People Officer. I know that she will bring talent, knowledge and verve to the position, as we work to fulfil our company vision.”
Gnosoulla Tsioupra-Lewis, said “ I am delighted to join The Telegraph at such a pronounced point in its evolution. I look forward to leading the company’s people strategy, and working alongside such a talented workforce.”
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