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Xerox Canada appoints director of sustainability

Wednesday, February 13, 2008

Press release from the issuing company

OTTAWA, Feb. 12 2008 - Xerox Canada Inc. today announced the appointment of Emechete (Eme) Onuoha to director, federal government relations and sustainability.

Mr. Onuoha joined Xerox Canada in 2007 and was promoted to his current position in January 2008, following a 12 year career with the federal government. In his new role, Onuoha will be responsible for coordinating and advancing all aspects of Xerox Canada's sustainability agenda and related stakeholder engagement.

"Xerox's commitment to the environment dates back more than 30 years. Our core value of responsible corporate citizenship is so embedded in company culture that we sometimes take our record of achievement for granted" said Kevin Warren, president and CEO, Xerox Canada. "Eme's analytical background and depth of experience with Canadian public policy make him ideally suited to be at the forefront of Xerox Canada's future environmental strategy."

Mr. Onuoha brings significant Canadian and international public policy and legislative experience to his new role. He has held several senior positions within the Government of Canada including: director of operations at the Privy Council Office responsible for the strategic policy development process associated with the provision of advice to the Prime Minister; vice president of the Canadian Commercial Corporation (Canada's international contracting agency); chief of staff in the office of the minister of National Defense; and adviser on trade and consultation policy in the office of the Minister of International Trade.

Onuoha holds an honors degree in international relations from McMaster University and an executive MBA from Queen's University. He is a member of the McMaster University Board of Governors.

 

 

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