Monika Schaller has been appointed Executive Vice President of Corporate Communications and Responsibility at Deutsche Post DHL Group (DPDHL Group). In this position she will report to Frank Appel, CEO DPDHL Group.
Monika Schaller joins DPDHL Group from Deutsche Bank, where she was Deputy Global Head of Communications and Corporate Social Responsibility. In this role she was responsible for advising the Management Board on all strategic communication issues.
“We are convinced that with her professional competencies and track record Monika will be a great asset to our company” said Frank Appel, CEO Deutsche Post DHL Group.
Prior to joining Deutsche Bank in 2016, Monika Schaller managed Corporate Communications for Goldman Sachs in Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Central & Eastern Europe and Russia for nine years. In this role, she was in charge of the development, implementation and execution of Goldman Sachs’ strategic communication at the time of the global financial crisis in 2008.
Monika Schaller has extensive global experience having worked for Citigroup Corporate Communications in Germany, Austria, Switzerland and the Nordic countries. Monika Schaller started her career working for Bloomberg, reporting from various international locations including New York, Tokyo and London after transitioning from her role as a Sales Trader at CA Investment Bank in Vienna.
Source: Post and Parcel