Vodafone Hungary has appointed a new Deputy Chief Executive Officer for Corporate Relations: Dr. Anita Orbán, who worked at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs for five years and ran in the 2010 parliamentary elections in Újbuda as the individual candidate, will be the company’s practically second person. true, he later withdrew from the candidacy on health grounds.
According to the biography published by Vodafone, Dr. Anita Orbán started her career as a financial controller at Magyar Telekom’s legal predecessor, Matáv, after graduating from the Budapest University of Economics. He then moved to the United States, where he earned two Master’s degrees in History and Diplomacy and then continued his PhD studies at the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy. In 2008, his book on Central European Energy was published in the United States.
After moving back to Hungary, he worked for five years at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, where he specialized in the energy sector, as an ambassador for energy security and as chairman of the Danube Energy Cooperation Committee. After the public sector, he continued his career as Chief Consultant at Cheniere Marketing LTD in London. Vodafone comes to Hungary from Tellurian LNG in London, where he held the position of Vice President for International Relations, performing commercial duties in several countries.
Dr. Anita Orbán will replace Dr. Gergő J. Budai from Invitis, who will leave the position of Deputy CEO on November 1, 2020, and will continue his career as the CEO of the newly established Vodafone subsidiary, Vantage Towers Hungary.
The new leader’s responsibilities will include coordinating Vodafone’s domestic lobbying activities, as well as two important areas, law and the press.
Source: HWSW Informatikai Hírmagazin by www.hwsw.hu.
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