Riccarda Kenklies Joins Microsoft Switzerland as PR & Communications Manager

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Zurich, March 18, 2024 – Microsoft Switzerland today announces that Riccarda Kenklies has assumed the role of PR & Communications Manager, effective March 1st, 2024. In this capacity, Kenklies will report directly to Michael Isaac and oversee both internal and external communications, as well as thought leadership positioning in Switzerland. 

Kenklies brings a wealth of experience to her new position, having previously served as Senior Manager in Global Internal Communications at Lonza. Prior to her tenure at Lonza, she spent several years at SAP, where she held various communications roles both at the German headquarters and in Switzerland, contributing significantly in implementing the global communications strategy. 

«We are excited to welcome Riccarda to our team,» said Michael Isaac, Head of PR & Communications at Microsoft Switzerland. «Her extensive experience in communications, combined with her strategic acumen, will play a pivotal role in further enhancing Microsoft’s presence and impact in Switzerland. In this era of AI, her storytelling skills will be invaluable in crafting narratives that resonate with our stakeholders.» 

Kenklies holds a Bachelor’s degree in Public Management from Ludwigsburg University of Applied Sciences and a Master’s degree in Finance and Business Administration from Ludwigshafen University of Business and Society. 

Riccarda Kenklies – Microsoft Switzerland News Center 

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