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NWAA appoint Sharon McDonald Director of Marketing and Comms

Posted 22 February 2018 · Add Comment

The North West Aerospace Alliance (NWAA) has announced that Head of Marketing and Communications and Company Secretary Sharon McDonald has been appointed Director of Marketing and Communications by the NWAA Board of Directors.

Sharon (right) has been with North West Aerospace Alliance for five years, during which she has brought a wealth of knowledge and expertise to the NWAA, strengthening and developing the organisation.

NWAA’s CEO Dr David Bailey said: “It’s my great pleasure to welcome Sharon to the board in her new role as Executive Director. I feel Sharon’s presence at this level will strengthen the executive representation on the NWAA board and will be a strong asset to the future of the organisation.”

NWAA’s Chairman Neil McKay said: “I’m delighted that Sharon has been promoted to Executive Director, a role she will carry out alongside her current role of Company Secretary. Sharon’s expertise has been invaluable to the NWAA over the last 5 years and I look forward to working with her in her new role.”

Sharon commented: “It is an honour and a privilege to have been appointed an Executive Director of NWAA.I have enjoyed a challenging and rewarding five years so far and look forward to the next exciting chapter. I would like to thank Neil, David and the Board of Directors for their support.”

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