Oil and Gas giant company in Ghana, Tullow Oil Plc has announced the appointment of Cynthia Lumor as Deputy Managing Director, effective on October 1, 2021.
A press release by Tullow, indicted the Deputy Managing Director role has not been in existence since the company began it operations in 2006 and Cynthia is the first to occupy the role based on her expertise in her field of work.
Cynthia has effectively work with Tullow and has achieved success which reflects in her promotion, she joined the team in 2017 from Scancom Ltd (MTN Ghana) with an experience in Corporate Service Executive. In Tullow Cynthia was part of the leadership team and was Director for Corporate Affairs with responsibility for External Affairs and Social Performance, and oversight of Human Resources, Information System and Facilities Management which she wonderfully outperformed which promoted her to her current role effective on October 1.
The Chief Executive Officer of Tullow, Rahul Dhir is impressed about Cynthia’s appointment because of her growth in managing the company’s internal and external relationships and also her support to the MD, Wiassam in the country, in delivery Tullow’s strategic since she joined the team.
“I am delighted that Cynthia has been appointed to this important role. Since Wiassam assumed office last year, Cynthia has been instrumental in managing our key government and external relationships in Ghana and her promotion reflect her important role in delivering Tullow’s strategic in Ghana.”
Previously working as a Principal Legal Officer with the state agency responsible for exploration, licensing, and distribution of petroleum related activities in Ghana- Ghana National Petroleum Corporation (GNPC) gained her the experience in the Oil and Gas industry.
Her current role as the Deputy Managing Director at Tullow who be an insightful journey as she will be responsible for the integration of the non-technical functions within the Ghana business and will continue to support MD Wissam Al Monthiry in driving Tullow’s plans to invest over $4 billion in Ghana over the next decade. Cynthia is an alumni of University of Ghana, Legon with a Bachelor degree in law (LLB) and also Temple University in Philadelphia.
Source:Nana Agyei sikapa Ofosu-Manu