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ENGIE appoints new Senior Vice President, Brand and Communications

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ENGIE has announced that Ana Busto has been appointed Senior Vice President, Brand and Communications of the ENGIE Group. Busto is a Spanish citizen, a graduate from the Institute for Translators and Interpreters (ISTI) in Belgium, and holds a Masters in Corporate Communications from the Rotterdam School of Management, the Netherlands. She will report to the CEO of ENGIE, Isabelle Kocher, and will hold a seat on the company’s Executive Committee.

Busto began her career in 1994, working as a cultural officer for Belgium’s public service in Prague, the Czech Republic. Then, from 1998 to 2000, she worked as a consultant for the European Commission in Latvia. Following that, she worked as a Communications Manager for Clifford Chance – a global law firm – in the Netherlands. In 2000, she moved on to become an Internal Communications Manager at Steria – an IT consulting services firm – before joining Sodexo in 2008 as Vice President, Internal Communications. In 2012, Busto became the Sodexo Group Chief Brand and Communications Officer, before joining the Sodexo Executive Committee in 2014.

Edited from press release by David Rowlands

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