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LIME has announced four new senior appointments to further strengthen its regional management and customer service structures as the company steps up its drive to deliver even better service to customers and reinforce its position as the Caribbean’s leading telecommunications provider.
Geraldine Pitt has been appointed chief executive officer of the LIME Southern Cluster, comprising Saint Lucia, Dominica, Grenada and St. Vincent & the Grenadines.
LIME has also appointed Jan Remmeleg, Bill McCabe and Oliver Chatten as CEOs of the company’s Northern Cluster – Cayman Islands and Barbados businesses—respectively.
All four appointments are effective immediately.
A Grenadian by birth, Pitt has worked in telecommunications for over 10 years, serving in the capacity of customer care director and general manager for Grenada, Saint Lucia and St. Vincent & the Grenadines for Digicel. She joins LIME from UNICOMER (Courts) in Saint Lucia where she held the position of OECS business process/special projects manager and acting senior manager for the company’s St. Vincent & the Grenadines operations.
“Geraldine, who is an accomplished senior management executive, brings to LIME extensive experience and a high level of expertise in corporate management, customer service, public relations, and team leadership,” Martin Roos, acting chief executive officer for LIME Caribbean said.
“We are confident that LIME will benefit immensely from her skills.”
McCabe, who is now CEO of LIME’s Cayman Islands business, has worked in telecommunications in several international markets, including the UK, New Zealand and Ireland. He has also worked as a commercial director with the CWC group. More recently he was charged with the responsibility for LIME’s roaming and domestic carrier operations.
Chatten will serve as CEO for LIME Barbados. He has worked extensively in the Caribbean and Central America for another mobile operator and held the position of CEO Southern Caribbean which included Aruba, Bonaire, Curacao, Suriname, BVI and the Cayman Islands. He has also worked in the United Kingdom and Ireland.
Remmeleg has over 20 years experience in telecommunications and is now the CEO for the Northern Cluster, comprising the BVI, Anguilla, Antigua, Montserrat, the Turks and Caicos Islands and St. Kitts and Nevis. He has successfully managed cellular operations in 15 countries including Haiti and the Dominican Republic.
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