Kelley Promoted to Broader Role at Bausch & Lomb
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Kelley Promoted to Broader Role at Bausch & Lomb

Bausch & Lomb has consolidated all internal and external communications, including the investor relations function, into one department. The new function will be headed by Barbara Kelley.

Paul Holmes

ROCHESTER, October 1—Bausch & Lomb has consolidated all internal and external communications, including the investor relations function, into one department. The new function will be headed by Barbara Kelley, who is named corporate vice president of communications and investor relations.
 
“It makes good strategic sense to have all communications activities managed within one group, ensuring that our corporate messages are consistently reinforced across all audiences on a global basis,” says chairman and CEO William Waltrip.
 
At the same time, he announced that Angela Panzarella, vice president of IR, has been promoted to the new role of corporate vice president for strategy.
 
Kelley joined Bausch & Lomb in 1983 in public relations, progressing through positions in public affairs before becoming corporate vice president of communications in 1997. Prior to Bausch & Lomb, she worked in community and public relations at Rochester Telephone Corporation.
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