Moody's Corporation (NYSE:MCO) announced today that it has named Christine Elliott as Managing Director - Head of Global Corporate Affairs. In this newly created role, Ms. Elliott will lead Moody's dialogue with key stakeholders, including employees, policymakers, government officials, and media.
"As a global integrated risk assessment firm, it is of vital importance that we deliver clear communication and consistent outreach to our many stakeholders," said Rob Fauber, President & Chief Executive Officer of Moody's. "Christine has significantly evolved our approach to communications and brand management since joining Moody's, and she is well positioned to further enhance our outreach, engagement, and external relationships as Head of Global Corporate Affairs."
Global Corporate Affairs brings together Moody's Global Communications & Brand Management, Corporate Social Responsibility (including the Moody's Foundation), and Government Relations & Regulatory Affairs. The new function aligns Moody's internal and external voice, brand, and relationships to deepen understanding of the company's unique value proposition as a global integrated risk assessment firm in addressing corporate, financial, and economic challenges.
Ms. Elliott joined Moody's earlier this year as Managing Director - Global Head of Communications and Branding. Prior to Moody's, Ms. Elliott was Executive Vice President-Worldwide Communications at Mastercard and Chief Communications Officer at S&P Global. She has also held senior communications roles at American Express, including as Chief Communications Officer for American Express Global Business Travel. Earlier in her career she was a journalist for ABC News, where she earned an Emmy award.
Ms. Elliott earned a B.A. in Communications and Political Science from the University of Michigan.
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