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Johnson Gets New Role at Ashland

Martha Johnson has been named director of corporate communications at Ashland, a new position. She will report J. Dan Lacy, vice president, and will be responsible for communications on behalf of Ashland’s wholly owned divisions.

Paul Holmes

COVINGTON, KY—Martha Johnson has been named director of corporate communications at Ashland, a new position. She will report J. Dan Lacy, vice president, and will be responsible for communications on behalf of Ashland’s wholly owned divisions, including Valvoline, Ashland Distribution, Ashland Specialty, and APAC.
 
Prior to this promotion, Johnson was most recently vice president of The Ashland Inc. Foundation, responsible for the daily management of the corporation’s contributions and community relations programs. In her new role, she is responsible for corporate brand positioning and strategic communications planning for divisions.
 
Her group will provide public relations, community relations, internal communications and media relations to the divisions, working in conjunction with Margaret Thomson, director, shareholder and employee communications; Charles Whitehead, president of the Ashland Foundation; and Stan Lampe, director, corporate media relations. In addition, she will identify, develop and implement communication best practices across the corporation.
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