Tech giant Apple has appointed Stella Low, formerly communications manager at Cisco Systems, as its new vice president of global corporate communications.
Tech giant Apple has hired former Cisco executive Stella Low as its new vice president of corporate communications worldwide. Low, who took the vacant role after Steve Dowling left the company in October 2019, will be directly connected to Apple CEO Tim Cook.
An Apple spokesperson said in a statement: “Stella brings her extraordinary experience and leadership to Apple’s world-class communications teams. Apple has an important story to tell, from the transformative products and services we produce to its positive impact on our communities and the world, and Stella is a great leader to help us write the next chapter,” the statement said.
Apple has made several changes at the executive level recently. Greg Joswiak recently took over global marketing from Phil Schiller, and John Ternus replaced Dan Riccio as the company’s senior vice president of hardware engineering.
Apart from other changes, Low’s hiring is currently seen as a significant move to make Apple less wear and tear in a legal battle with Epic Games over App Store antitrust claims.