Tristia Adele Clarke
February 1973 (age 46)
|Education||Watford Grammar School for Girls|
St Albans High School for Girls
University of Kent
|Title||CEO, TalkTalk Group|
She was born Tristia Clarke, and grew up in Radlet. She was educated at Watford Grammar School for Girls and St Albans High School for Girls. She studied history at the University of Kent, Canterbury.
Harrison Joined TalkTalk in 2010. She was marketing director of Carphone Warehouse, and managing director of TalkTalk Consumer from 2014, before becoming CEO of TalkTalk Group. She has been a director since 2014. Harrison is a trustee of Comic Relief and the national charity Ambitious about Autism.
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