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Sky NZ Strengthens Executive Leadership Team

Sky NZ Chief Executive Sophie Moloney has made a number of appointments to her Executive Leadership Team.

The new Executive Leadership Team is:

Sophie Moloney, Chief Executive

Tom Gordon, Chief Financial Officer. He has extensive strategic and operational finance experience, as well as strong knowledge of the telecommunications and media sectors, and was previously Head of Finance and Interim CFO for Vodafone New Zealand. He will join Sky on 15 December.

Jonathon Errington, Chief Content and Commercial Officer. This will be an expansion of Jonny’s current role. He will be responsible for core content origination and acquisition, in addition to driving Sky’s new business initiatives and non-subscription revenues.

Antony Welton, Chief Operations and People Officer. Antony is a highly skilled executive with extensive experience in operations, people and strategy, including a number of years with Vodafone New Zealand. Antony will join Sky in early 2022.

Daniel Kelly, Chief Customer Officer. Dan joined Sky in 2020 as the inaugural Head of Sky
Broadband and has also led the Sky Box Priority Team. He is responsible for the customer growth strategy, customer propositions and personalisation, and leading the teams delivering Sky Box, Neon, Sky Sport Now and Sky Broadband to consumer and business customers.

Chris Major, Chief Corporate Affairs Officer. Chris has been at Sky since 2013 as Director of
External Affairs, and takes on an expanded brief across Sky’s communications, publicity,
Government relations, legal and regulatory, CSR and key stakeholder engagement.

Jason Foden, Chief Digital and Innovation Officer (acting). Jason is an experienced senior leader with a background in the telecommunications and media sectors. He is driving Sky’s technology roadmap and ensuring a centre of excellence for the development of Sky’s products and experiences, working closely with Director of Technology Prabhu Singh.


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