Cox appoints new Press Secretary, Beverle Lottimore

Posted by on Nov 9, 2010 in Local News & Alerts | 0 comments

Premier Paula Cox has announced the appointment of Beverle Lottimore to the post of Press Secretary to the Premier.

Ms. Lottimore, who is also the Director of the Department of Communication and Information will serve as Premier Cox’s primary media liaison to both the local and overseas press, attending to significant matters of interest to the Bermudian public.

Of Ms. Lottimore’s appointment, Premier Cox said, “I am extremely pleased to welcome Director Lottimore to the team.

“We recognize that the delivery of a clear message on the work of our administration is essential, and Ms. Lottimore has a dedication and work ethic that will fit well.

“She is respected in local and overseas media circles and her expertise will ensure the message emanating from the Office of the Premier speaks to the increased development and success we intend for our country and its people.”

Ms. Lottimore said, “To serve in this capacity as a team member of the Cox Administration is an honour I accept with the understanding that I will rise each day to meet the high standards of the Premier of our Country and the people whom we serve. It is humbling and exhilarating and I have no doubt that as long as I remain mindful of the service required of me, I will succeed.”

Ms. Lottimore is no stranger to the post of Press Secretary, having served in the position under former Premier the Hon. Alex Scott, JP, MP, from 2003 – 2006.

Ms. Lottimore joined the Civil Service in August 2003. She has an extensive background in media relations, advertising and qualitative marketing research.

More recently she played the pivotal role in the launch of CITV – the first Government television station.

Ms. Lottimore assumed the role of Press Secretary to Premier Cox on November 3, 2010.

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