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Ann Hurley to lead in the interim

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The Australian Telecommunications User Group (ATUG) is to lose its popular managing director of ten years, Rosemary Sinclair, reports industry newsletter Communications Day.

ATUG chairman David Swift has thanked Sinclair for her long contribution to the organization, telling Comms Day she had led the group through some very difficult times.

Ann Hurley, formerly CEO of industry group the Communications Alliance will take up the role while ATUG seeks a permanent replacement. ®

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