Weber Shandwick's Harrison Joins Honeywell
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Weber Shandwick's Harrison Joins Honeywell

Honeywell has named Dan Harrison vice president of communications of its Automation & Control Solutions business segment, responsible for reputation management; employee communications; and crisis management.

Paul Holmes

MORRIS TOWNSHIP, NJ, April 3—Honeywell has named Dan Harrison vice president of communications of its Automation & Control Solutions business segment.  Harrison will be responsible for leading worldwide communications efforts for ACS, including public and media relations; reputation management; employee communications; and crisis and issues management.
 
Said Kevin Gilligan, president and chief executive officer Automation & Control Solutions.  “Dan has a strong background in applying communications strategies to help achieve critical business objectives and extensive experience in creating successful marketing and employee communications initiatives. I am looking forward to working closely with him to tell the ACS story to key internal and external stakeholders.”
 
Prior to joining Honeywell, Harrison served as the Managing Director of the St. Louis and Houston offices for Weber Shandwick Worldwide as well as national corporate & industrial practice group leader. He counseled clients including Kohl’s Department Stores, Adam’s Mark Hotels & Resorts, Marathon Oil, MasterCard, Enterprise Rent-A-Car and Ascension Health. 
 
His previous experience includes serving as vice president of corporate affairs for Whirlpool Corporation and corporate communication and public affairs management positions at Phillips Petroleum Company and United Technologies.
 
“Dan is a strategic and creative thinker with strong leadership and team-building skills,” said Tom Buckmaster, Honeywell’s vice president corporate communications.  “He will bring fresh thinking to our communications programs and ensure that we continue to build ACS into a world-class brand.”
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