Voltic Ghana appoints new Head of Public Affairs

joyceVoltic (GH) Limited has announced the appointment of Mrs.Joyce Mateko Ahiadorme to the position of Country Sustainability and Community Affairs Manager.

Consequently, she will take over responsibility for all corporate affairs activities within Voltic and will be the company’s public affairs and communications representative.

A statement issued by the company said “Joyce is joining Voltic’s management team from its sister company, Accra Brewery Limited (ABL), where she was Corporate Communications Manager from September 2013.”

The statement said her new appointment was in line with Voltic’s ongoing restructuring programme to enhance the company and its brands.

She is an affiliate member of the Institute of Public Relations, Ghana. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communications Studies from the Ghana Institute of Journalism and has studied for a Master of Development Management degree at the Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration (GIMPA).

She has over seven years’ experience in corporate and marketing communications, events management, media relations and stakeholder engagement.

In her new position at Voltic, she will have responsibility for implementing the company’s corporate affairs strategy and plan which directly supports the commercial objectives of the business.

This covers media relations, government relations, industry affairs, corporate accountability, issues management and internal communications.

She will also support the development and delivery of Voltic’s strategy for building the profile and reputation of the corporate brand, and will ensure that the company’s initiatives, projects and partnerships relating to social responsibility and sustainability issues are strategically aligned with business objectives, while building the company’s reputation among its key stakeholders.

Commenting on the appointment, Philip Redman, Voltic’s General Manager, said Joyce’s education, skills, experience and passion about sustainability issues would ensure her success in her new role.

By Times Reporter



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