Flow appoints first female head of Technical Operations

Telecommunications and entertainment company, Flow has announced the appointment of Susanna O’Sullivan as the company’s Senior Director of Technology Operations for Jamaica and the Cayman Islands. 

Flow’s new Senior Director of Technology Operations for Jamaica and the Cayman Islands Susanna O’Sullivan

This appointment marks the first time that a female has been appointed to head the Technology Operations Division in any of Liberty Latin America’s Markets which span the Caribbean and Latin America.

In this new role, O’Sullivan is charged with network transformation and customer experience for both the Jamaica and Cayman markets. Having spent her entire professional life in the telecommunication industry in several strategic roles including information technology, network delivery and customer care, O’Sullivan’s cross-functional capability reinforces her comprehensive experience and knowledge of telecommunications, its operations and core technologies. 

“As we continue to strengthen our structure to better serve the needs and priorities of our customers, we are identifying the best talents in our business to lead that charge.”

– Stephen Price, Flow Jamaica’s Country Manager

“Susanna has an intimate understanding of our current needs, as well as our long-term strategy of building a fit for purpose business while enhancing our customers’ experience. We look forward to the continued improvement in the business and to the execution of innovative strategies that will complement our focus on quality service delivery,” he continued.

She holds a Master’s in Management Information Systems from the University of the West Indies and recently upgraded her credentials with advanced studies in Business Analytics, Economics in Business and Financial Accounting from the prestigious Harvard Business School (online).

Stephen Price, Flow Jamaica’s Country Manager

O’Sullivan’s recent achievements include:

  • Improving service delivery and customer experience in the Jamaica Business with the management and successful launch of robotic process automation.
  • Driving the delivery of commercial priorities with key T&I dependencies enabling the region to effectively implement new product changes, speed upgrades, platform migrations, and workplace technology.