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Dana (1963) joined easyJet, in September 2009. Before joining easyJet Dana was CEO of AOL Europe, one of the leading online companies in Europe. Prior to that he was head of the transformation of AOL in the US. Dana has held a number of other senior positions in the telecom and media industry. At Belgacom he was President of one of their four business units, Retail Carrier and Network Services, and prior to this was MD of the Business Division. At US West, Dana was Vice President of Strategy and Development for US West, Inc. and President of US West International. Prior to this Dana was at McKinsey & Company, in their Madrid, Brussels, and London offices where he was one of the leaders of their telecoms practice. Dana has an MBA from the Wharton School of Business, an MA from the University of Pennsylvania, and a BA from Wesleyan University.
Mike (1957) joined easyJet in October 2005 as People Director. Before joining easyJet Mike worked at Wedgwood in a broad role as Director of People and Brands and Managing Director for Canada, Australia and Pan-Asia. Prior to that Mike worked for 14 years at Fujitsu in a variety of development and personnel roles across Europe, Asia, Africa and the Middle East, ending up as Chief Personnel Officer. His early career was in education and research. Mike has a BSc in Mathematics and Masters in Fluid Dynamics.
Tim (1959) joined easyJet in August 2006. He has a wide range of experience across the technology spectrum and has played a major role in the development of the National Lottery over a ten year period, first as Technical Manager for IT supplier GTECH UK before joining Camelot as Head of Projects and Networks in December 2000 and becoming IT Director in March 2002. During this time, Tim successfully developed and delivered a series of programmes that saw a period of major technological innovation, significantly enhancing the systems architecture and key business processes within Europe’s biggest lottery company, and, at the same time ensuring high reliability and availability from the production systems. His achievements saw him recognised as the 2005 IT Director of the Year in the Jaeger- LeCoultre Telegraph Business Awards.
Cath (1964) spent 12 years in retail for J Sainsbury before being head hunted in 1998 by Barbara Cassani for the start up of Go where she was part of the management buy out team and headed up cabin services and onboard product development and later customer services. Cath played an active role in the merger of Go into easyJet. Cath has successfully carried out a number of senior management roles at easyJet including Head of Ground Operations, Head of Airport Development and Procurement and Head of Network Development.
Cor (1958) joined easyJet in January 2007 from Transavia.com which is a Dutch-based airline where he was Chief Operations Officer for nine years and brings 25 years’ experience in the airline industry. His responsibilities at Transavia.com included flight operations, cabin operations, engineering and maintenance and ground handling, together with relevant experience in marketing, human resources and IT. Cor’s first degree was in engineering followed up by a Masters Degree in organisational sciences.
Warwick (1964) became Procurement Director on 5 May 2009. He has significant experience of leading low cost airlines in areas ranging from high growth and restructuring, through to turnarounds. Warwick was Deputy Operations Director at Ryanair from 2002 to 2005, where he held various executive roles including Deputy CEO of Buzz, following its acquisition from KLM. More recently, he spent two years in India as Chief Operations Officer of Air Deccan. Most recently, Warwick was CEO at Mandala Airlines.
Mark (1964) joined easyJet in September 2009 as Interim Chief Financial Officer. Mark is a Chartered Accountant and has held a number of senior finance roles across a range of sectors, including most recently Helphire Group plc, Alpha Airports Group plc and STA Travel Group.