ARN’S Holly Morgan departs

By Selim Unutmaz in Media News on

Holly Morgan has left ARN after her year-long stint with the IT channel title to take up a content role at insurer QBE.

ARN editor James Henderson said that the publisher is actively seeking to fill the vacancy created by Morgan’s departure.

“We have an open mind. We’re currently looking at either directly replacing Holly in a journalist capacity, or bringing on board a more senior journalist,” he said.

“We are encouraged by the response of the market.”

Morgan has shifted to an editorial and content specialist role with insurance firm QBE, and Henderson said the ARN team wished her well with the new role.

“Since I came on board in April last year, Holly has been a standout performer on the team. Naturally, Holly will be missed but we wish her the very best going forward,” he said.

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