Mike Bryan Retires As President Of Penguin Canada
Posted at 8:36AM Wednesday 04 Jul 2012
Less than two years after taking over as president of Penguin Canada, Mike Bryan has announced his plans to retire from the publishing house and return to the United Kingdom.
Replacing him as president is Nicole Winstanley, who joined the company in 2005 and has served as publisher since 2009, a position she will retain. Also promoted was company veteran and current vice president of finance and operations, Barry Gallant, who was named the company's new chief operating officer.
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