Lani Tweddle and Sebastian Graham promoted at Yahoo


Longtime Yahoo Alumni Lani Tweedle and Sebastien Graham have been promoted to Community Partner, APAC Leadership and Operations Partner and APAC Native Director respectively, effective immediately.

During his five years at Yahoo, Graham was instrumental in Yahoo’s native business and partnership strategies for Australia and New Zealand. Graham will lead demand and supply for Yahoo’s native APAC ad technology platforms.

Tweedle takes on the newly created role, moving from his eight years as Executive Assistant to Vice President – Head of APAC Paul Sigaloff and two years as National Corporate Social Responsibility Officer.

With a broad knowledge base of the business and internal and external stakeholders, Tweedle will lead people-centric strategies across Yahoo’s corporate culture, internal and external communications, and the company’s broader community impact. ‘company.

Regarding promotions, Paul Sigaloff, Vice President and Head of APAC, said, “Sebastian and Lani embody the spirit of Yahoo. They are passionate about making a difference, whether it’s for our customers and their businesses, within our products to drive performance excellence, or with our stakeholders and the community at large to create positive impact. I look forward to supporting them in their new and well-deserved leadership positions.

In 2021, Yahoo was inducted into UnLtdit is good roomfor the recognition of its exceptional partnership with Musicians who make the difference, an Australian charity that aims to transform the lives of young people through music. This achievement is widely attributed to Tweedle’s instrumental role in transforming Yahoo into a purpose-driven organization, with social good at the heart of every action the company takes.

Tweddle and Graham’s appointments follow a number of recent promotions to APAC roles, including Paul Sigaloff, Dan Richardsonand John McNerney. The promotions cap Yahoo’s strong growth of its native products in Australia and New Zealand, measuring a 164% increase in demand over the past 12 months.

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