Intelsat Appoints John Diercksen to Board of Directors

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Friday, September 06, 2013
John Diercksen (Photo: Verizon)

Intelsat S.A., a satellite services provider, announced that its board of directors has elected John W. Diercksen to serve on the board as an independent director effective today. Mr. Diercksen will also serve on the Audit Committee.

Mr. Diercksen is currently an executive vice president of Verizon Communications, with responsibility for key strategic initiatives related to the review and assessment of potential mergers, acquisitions and divestitures. At Verizon, he previously held the position of executive vice president, strategy, development and planning and was instrumental in forging Verizon's strategy of technology investment, including repositioning its assets through the acquisition of spectrum. Earlier in his career, Mr. Diercksen held a number of senior financial and leadership positions at Verizon, Bell Atlantic, and NYNEX, among others. Mr. Diercksen brings a wealth of experience in the telecommunications, media and mobile communications sectors.

Mr. Diercksen holds an MBA from Pace University and a Bachelor of Business Administration in finance from Iona College.

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