First woman to serve as NATO Spokesperson is leaving her post

The first woman to serve as NATO Spokesperson, Oana Lungescu, is leaving at the end of August, after directing alliance communications during the most turbulent period in a generation, she wrote on her Twitter page, Ednews reports.
Appointed in 2010 by the former Secretary-General Anders Fogh Rasmussen following a long career at the BBC, and reappointed by Jens Stoltenberg in 2014, Lungescu is also the longest-serving NATO Spokesperson and the first journalist in the job in recent history. She will begin handing over to her deputy, Dylan White, after NATO's Vilnius summit in mid-July.