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1999-11-23 ATO-001


ATOC appoints director of public communications

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Association of Train Operating Companies
Dr Elizabeth Haywood

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ATOC appoints director of public communications

23 November 1999
source ATOC
type Press release

The Association of Train Operating Companies (ATOC) has today announced the appointment of Dr Elizabeth Haywood to the post of Director of Public Communications.

Dr Haywood will start at ATOC on 1 February 2000. She will lead the communications team in managing a programme that will build upon the Association's strong relationships with its members, the media and the public.

Elizabeth Haywood comes to ATOC having spent the past five years working as Director of the Confederation of British Industry (CBI) in Wales. She was responsible for CBI Wales policy development and building CBI's media and public profile in Wales. Prior to this, she was European Affairs Manager for the Welsh Development Agency, where she developed relations with other key European regions and advised on the legal, political and economic impact of EU programmes.

Welcoming the appointment, ATOC Director General George Muir said: "I am delighted that Elizabeth will be joining us. Her expertise in media and government relations will make her an ideal person to develop further the public face of ATOC."


For further information: ATOC Press Office 0171 904 3010

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