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Up the ranks: Angela Ryan is the head of human resources at FOX Networks Group Asia

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FOX Networks Group Asia (FNGA) appointed Angela Ryan as its new head of human resources to support FNGA’s bold ambitions in the region. Ryan takes over from Linda Hui, SVP, of human resources, who after 11 years with FNGA will be leaving the company.

Ryan joins FNGA from GroupM where she was chief human resources officer, for Asia Pacific, leading a team of HR and talent professionals across the full spectrum of HR functions including digital transformation. With over two decades in the field, her hands-on human resource expertise spans UK, Europe, China, Latin America and Asia Pacific.

 As the Head of HR for FOX Networks Group Asia, Ryan oversees talent management, development and recruitment; supporting the Group’s ambitions to scale, innovate and embrace the future as Asia Pacific’s leading entertainment provider.

 “We are gearing up for the future by increasing our investments in original content production, digital technology, and above all – human capital,” said Zubin Gandevia, President of Fox Networks Group Asia in a statement.

“It’s clichéd but true; we are nothing without our team, and Angela with her experience in digital transformation will work with my leadership team and myself to be a guiding force and help us further strengthen our people, nurturing the FOX culture of playing, winning and having fun together.”

Commenting on her appointment, Ryan added; “FNGA is dedicated to igniting imaginations across the region. With the right people on board, the business can continue to bring these awe-inspiring stories to life and deliver them to consumers. I’m thrilled to support FNGA in continuing its ambitious course toward strong talent management and bold human capital strategies, in order to protect its success and propel innovation.”


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