Foerster to Head PR for Boeing Unit
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Foerster to Head PR for Boeing Unit

The Boeing Company has appointed Mary Carson Foerster, currently director of international corporate communications at the company’s world headquarters, as vice president of communications for space and communications.

Paul Holmes

SEAL BEACH, September 1—The Boeing Company has appointed Mary Carson Foerster, currently director of international corporate communications at the company’s world headquarters, as vice president of communications for space and communications. Foerster will be responsible for ensuring functional excellence in domestic and international communications intended for S&C employees, government and commercial customers, shareholders, and other key audiences.
 
Foerster joined the company in 1997 as director of public relations and advertising, where she led the advertising and public relations programs for Boeing Commercial Airplanes. Her most recent move “is a great example of deploying talent and experience gained in one or more business units to share best practices across the enterprise,” according to Judith Muhlberg, Boeing’s vice president of communications.
 
Before joining Boeing, Foerster was a senior executive at Hill & Knowlton and Burson-Marsteller, where she counseled clients including GE, Philip Morris, Ford, Toyota, and NEC.
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