Moody’s Names Christine Elliott as Head of Global Communications and Branding
Moody’s Corporation announced that it has named Christine Elliott as Managing Director-Global Head of Communications and Branding. Ms. Elliott will be responsible for Moody’s corporate and internal communications, media outreach, digital and social media content, and branding to deliver a clear, consistent message to internal and external stakeholders.
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“Clear, consistent communication is vital to Moody’s role as a global integrated risk assessment firm,” said David Platt, Chief Strategy Officer at Moody’s. “Christine’s deep experience will be a strong asset as we advance our global communication vision and strategy to serve the needs of our customers, employees and other stakeholders.”
In her new role, Ms. Elliott will oversee a team of communications and marketing professionals across the Americas, EMEA, and Asia Pacific regions to build awareness of Moody’s contribution to global capital markets through its research, ratings, and products.
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Ms. Elliott most recently served as Executive Vice President-Worldwide Communications at Mastercard, where she led a team responsible for overall strategic communications. Prior to that, she was the Chief Communications Officer at S&P Global.
Ms. Elliott also spent several years at American Express, in a series of increasingly senior communications roles, including as Chief Communications Officer for American Express Global Business Travel. She began her career as a journalist, receiving an Emmy while at ABC News.
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