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Lee Williams steps down as head of Symbian, replaced by Tim Holbrow

| October 19, 2010 | 9 Replies
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Phew, Drum session over. Received this email which thought might be of interest:


We wanted to let you know the news that Lee Williams has stepped down from his role as Executive Director at Symbian and has been replaced by Tim Holbrow with immediate effect.

We have a statement that might be of interest to you from Steve Warner, Head of HR at Symbian

The Symbian Foundation is today announcing that Lee M. Williams has stepped down from his position as Executive Director for personal reasons. We thank Lee for his work over the past two years and wish him all the best in his future ventures.

The Board of Directors has appointed Tim Holbrow, formerly the Symbian Foundation’s CFO, to the position of Executive Director with immediate effect. We congratulate Tim and welcome him to his new role.’

Thanks Cathy for the mail.

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