Yeung will be charged with providing leadership for the development of IT initiatives and projects for the company.
She will lead a team of IT professionals to oversee the continued development and implementation of innovation and IT initiatives that generate a high level of security and efficiency of information management and distribution for the company, according to AsiaSat.
Prior to joining AsiaSat, she held senior positions in Hong Kong Productivity Council and Hong Kong Jockey Club, where she has played a leading role in providing leadership and management in the development and implementation of innovative IT services.
Andrew Jordan, president and CEO of AsiaSat said: “I am very happy to introduce Ellen to the AsiaSat team, and look forward to seeing her talents align further our IT efforts to create an even more efficient and secure environment for our customers and colleagues through the deployment of robust IT policies.”
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