“A few weeks ago it was rumored that Natalie Kerris could be joining Twitter in a new leadership position, and today Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey has officially announced that she has joined the company,” Zac Hall reports for 9to5Mac. “Kerris previously held a senior PR role at Apple and worked with the company for 14 years before leaving almost a year ago.”
After long-time PR chief Katie Cotton left Apple two years ago, “the PR chief spot was vacant for a whole year with Kerris and Steve Dowling the most senior ranking employees in the PR department,” Hall reports. “About a year after Cotton’s exit, Dowling was officially named as her permanent replacement.”
Hall reports, “A few days later, we learned that Kerris would not be staying with Apple (you can read between the lines here)…”
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MacDailyNews Take: Good luck to Kerris and Twitter.
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