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Northrop Names Fraser to Lead Communications

Defense and technology company Northrop Grumman has elected Darryl Fraser corporate vice president, communications, replacing Rosanne O'Brien, who is retiring in May.

Paul Holmes

LOS ANGELES—Defense and technology company Northrop Grumman has elected Darryl Fraser corporate vice president, communications, replacing Rosanne O'Brien, who is retiring in May.

 

Fraser, who is currently sector vice president of business development and strategic initiatives at the company's mission systems sector, will report to Ronald Sugar, the company's chairman and chief executive officer, and will become a member of the corporate policy council. He will be responsible for the company's worldwide communications strategy and execution, which includes media relations, employee communications, advertising, executive communications and branding/corporate image.

 

Fraser joined Northrop through its 2002 acquisition of TRW. He served as director of communications for TRW's space and technology group and was vice president of communications for TRW's aerospace and information systems business.

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