Microsoft appoints director of communications for Asia

Marina Levina has been appointed director of communications for Asia at Microsoft. She will be responsible for communications in the region, supporting 17 markets.

Previous to this role, she headed commercial communications in Asia.

The announcement:

Microsoft has appointed Marina Levina as Director of Communications in the Asia region. In this role, Marina will be responsible for evolving, promoting and protecting Microsoft’s reputation and thought leadership in Asia.  She will lead the regional communications team, supporting 17 markets across the region.

Based in Singapore, Marina has over 25 years of experience in IT & Telecoms industry across multiple continents. 

Marina has worked for Microsoft for over 10 years and prior to this appointment, she was leading Commercial Communications in Asia. In this role, Marina led and delivered several award-winning campaigns to build Microsoft’s reputation as an innovative technology thought leader across many diverse markets with varying levels of technology adoption.

An accomplished communications professional, before moving to Singapore in 2016, Marina led Microsoft’s Communications team in Russia. Prior to starting at Microsoft in 2009, she was Vice President of Communications at Ericsson in Eastern Europe and Central Asia.

Marina has an MBA degree from the Stockholm School of Economics.

Source: Microsoft press release


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