Atlas Air Worldwide names Debora Coffey as VP and chief communications officer
Dec 05, 2018: Debora Coffey has been appointed to the newly created role of vice president and chief communications officer of US based aircraft lessor Atlas Air Worldwide (AAWW).
Coffey will lead an integrated communications function to advance Atlas Air Worldwide’s brand reputation among its key stakeholders.
Based in Purchase, New York, Coffey will be responsible for corporate communications (both internal and external), including media relations, employee engagement, digital/social media, and corporate social responsibility, as well as drive the overall alignment of Atlas Air Worldwide’s messaging globally.
She will report to William J Flynn, president and chief executive officer.
Coffey brings to the role over 20 years of experience leading global corporate and brand communications for external and internal audiences. She spent the majority of her career at Avon Products, Inc. leading global corporate communications.
Most recently, she was head of communications for New Avon LLC, based in North America. Prior to her Avon experience, she worked on the agency side, delivering marketing communications and public relations services to blue chip clients, including Procter & Gamble, Bath & Body Works, Beiersdorf, SmithKline Beecham Consumer Health, Rosewood Hotels and Swarovski.
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