BlueSky has announced that Toleafoa Douglas Creevey is being proposed to step in as interim CEO of Bluesky as Amper SA finalizes the sale of the company to Amalgamated Telecom Holdings (ATH).
Toleafoa has been with BlueSky since 2011 and has held several key leadership roles within the company.
He was Chief Operations Officer, Country Manager – Samoa before being appointed Bluesky’s Country Manager in New Zealand , a position he currently holds.
He is also a director on the board of Bluesky Cook Islands.
Toleafoa replaces former CEO Aoee Adolfo Montenegro who was fired over the weekend by Amper CEO, Jamie Espinosa.
BlueSky says in a statement that Amper and ATH have confirmed that a definitive Sale and Purchase Agreement has been signed for the sale of Bluesky Pacific Group companies.
Apart from American Samoa, BlueSky also operates in Samoa and the Cook Islands.
Amper is in the process of obtaining necessary shareholder and regulatory approvals for the buy-out.
The US Federal Communications Commission is one of the regulatory agencies that has to approve the sale.
Toleafoa said, “My priority is to ensure the continuity of our operations and that we continue to uphold Bluesky’s vision and values. I, together with the leadership team remain focused on delivering the best quality of service and looking after our customers.”