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HR professional Mary Grace Cave will be joining STMicroelectronics’ Kirkop offices as HR Business Partner Manager.

Ms Cave brings with her a wealth of industry experience, having been involved in the HR field both locally and internationally for almost two decades.

Mary Grace Cave
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Prior to joining STMictroelectronics, Ms Cave spent upwards of 10 years at Betsson Group, having started out as an HR Manager in the company’s Philippines offices before relocating to Malta. Here she occupied the roles of Senior HR Manager and HR Business Partner Lead.

“I would like to take this opportunity to sincerely thank Betsson Group for being my second home. I worked with an amazing HR team around the world and I met so many talented people in the iGaming industry,” Ms Cave wrote on social media.

“Those learning experiences are what have brought me to where I am now, and I will forever be grateful,” she added.

Ms Cave went on to thank the leaders and colleagues she worked with at Betsson, particularly the ones within the company’s commercial department.

“More power to Betsson and warm greetings to ST,” Ms Cave concluded.

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