Bristow Group, a provider of helicopter services to the offshore energy industry, has announced that the company’s Senior Vice President (VP) and Chief Administration Officer, Hilary Ware, has left the company for personal reasons.
Bristow said on Tuesday that Ware left the company following a brief leave of absence.
The company stated that the Senior Management and the Board of Directors are already taking actions in reorganizing the chief administrative officer role and responsibilities. An announcement regarding these changes will come by the end of August, Bristow added.
In the meantime, the company said that Mary Wersebe will serve in the role of acting Chief Administrative Officer on an interim basis.
Jonathan Baliff, Bristow Group CEO, said: “Hilary has played an important role in Bristow’s exceptional accomplishments for almost nine years and has developed and managed many of Bristow’s key administrative functions, including human resources, communications, government affairs and information technology.”
Baliff further added: “Her insights in development and training have contributed significantly to Bristow’s success, especially in the creation of our Leadership and Management Development Training Programs. Her championing of these areas, along with Bristow Uplift and the company’s charitable and community affairs, has been integral in developing the Bristow culture.”