Thuraya Appoints Vice President of Marketing

(Press Release)
Tuesday, July 10, 2012
Mr. T. Sanford Jewett, Vice President of Marketing

Thuraya Telecommunications Company has announced the appointment of Mr. T. Sanford Jewett as their new Vice President, Marketing.

 

Mr. Jewett brings his expertise in international markets to Thuraya and will play a major role in leading the expansion of Thuraya’s global marketing strategies. Sanford has over 25 years of experience in the wireless, internet and satellite industries.  His experience includes an extensive focus on introducing technology companies into new markets.

 

Before joining Thuraya, Mr. Jewett oversaw Strategy & Business Development for the mobile services group at Time Warner Cable, the number 2 cable TV operator in the US market with over 15 million residential and business customers. Over the years, he has held management positions with several leading communication service providers including America Online (AOL,) Skytel, Millicom International Cellular and Reliance WiMax World. 

 

During the start-up of Iridium Satellite in the late 1990s, Mr. Jewett worked in the marketing department, where he led the development and global marketing of the Iridium satellite pager product.  More recently, Mr. Jewett ran Operations and Business Development for WorldCell, a US-based service provider serving US Government customers in the US, Europe, Middle East and Asia.

 

Mr. Jewett’s appointment follows two appointments to the board of directors earlier this year: Mr. Michael Butler, former President & Chief Operating Officer of Inmarsat and Mr. Charles W. Moore, Chief Executive of Lockheed Martin Global ME. The diverse global team of professionals and executives at Thuraya continues to drive global satellite communications with their commitment to delivering innovation and connectivity across the globe.
 

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