Officer at Boeing
Ed Dandridge, Boeing’s Chief Communications Officer, SVP of Communications
Ed Dandridge serves as Boeing’s chief communications officer and senior vice president of communications.
He is responsible for all facets of business unit communications, corporate communications, media relations, public affairs, leadership communications, employee management, corporate branding and marketing, Boeing said.
Dandridge is a corporate veteran of 25 years and is known for his expertise in corporate reputation, issues management, public policy and business transformation.
Boeing appointed him to his current role in September 2020. President and CEO David Calhoun said Dandridge has a strong track record in customer engagement and will be valuable for Boeing’s effort to improve transparency.
Prior to Boeing, Dandridge was global chief marketing and communications officer at American International Group’s general insurance division.
He helped market and distribute products and services to clients as an executive in AIG’s property and casualty business.
Dandridge previously held executive roles at Marsh & McLennan Companies, Nielsen and the ABC television network. He also served as president and CEO of the National Association of Investment Companies.
He is a member of the economic and community advisory council of the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia and a member of the board of directors and executive committee of the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation.
In 2020, Savoy Magazine recognized him as one of the “100 Most Influential Blacks in Corporate America.”
Dandridge earned a bachelor of arts degree from Tufts University and a Juris Doctor degree from the University of Pennsylvania Law School, according to his LinkedIn profile.
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