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Nestlé Names Lisa Gibby as Deputy Executive Vice President and Chief Communications Officer; Mark Schneider Comments

Nestlé Names Lisa Gibby as Deputy Executive Vice President and Chief Communications Officer; Mark Schneider Comments


VEVEY, SWITZERLAND
Monday, September 26th, 2022

The Nestlé Board of Directors recently announced an executive shift amongst its leadership roster with the appointment of Lisa Gibby. Gibby now will take on the role of Deputy Executive Vice President and Chief Communications Officer.

Lisa Gibby, Deputy Executive Vice President and Chief Communications Officer, NestléGibby has led global Corporate Communications at Nestlé since July 2020. According to the release, she previously served as Vice President of Corporate Communications for Nestlé’s U.S. operations. As part of her appointment, Gibby will be a member of the Executive Board of Nestlé S.A., effective January 1, 2023.

Before joining Nestlé in 2014, Gibby was Director of Global Communications for The ONE Campaign, an anti-poverty advocacy organization cofounded by Bono. Previously, she held senior communications positions at AOL and HBO, as well as strategic communications firm Robinson Lerer & Montgomery.

Nestlé announced that Lisa Gibby will take on the role of Deputy Executive Vice President and Chief Communications Officer

In her role, Gibby will oversee the company’s Corporate Communications function, including media relations, public affairs, corporate digital and content, and employee engagement.

Mark Schneider, Chief Executive Officer, Nestlé“Lisa has an outstanding communications track record at Nestlé, particularly in building corporate digital capabilities and deepening engagement with our diverse set of stakeholders,” Mark Schneider, Chief Executive Officer, said. “As a strategic, collaborative leader, Lisa’s unique set of skills and experiences will continue to advance our global communications and public affairs work in support of the business.”

Congratulations to Lisa Gibby on her new position!

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