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Deborah Menagh to leave CLEAR Communications

CLEAR Communications' Online Services Director, Deborah Menagh, is to leave the company.

After three and a half years at CLEAR, she said, it was time to move on. "I am considering a number of options but, for the time being, a sailing holiday is very high on the agenda."

Her resignation is effective 17 September.

Chief Executive Tim Cullinane said Deborah Menagh had made an outstanding contribution to the development of CLEAR Net, of CLEAR's Services Strategy and of the company's overall focus on online services.

Ian Scherger, currently General Manager Marketing, will assume the role of Acting Online Services Director.

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