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Ed Dandridge, CCO and SVP at Boeing, joined members to lead an incredible discussion on how to effectively work with boards, how to understand your board structure, and things to do and NOT to do in order to add value to board conversations.
Check out the highlights:
How have events over the past year fundamentally changed the board room conversation?
How are boards structured and operated?
What does all this mean for the CMO? What does success look like?
Thank you to everyone who joined, and if you weren't able to, please watch the recording!
SVP & CCO
Ed is Senior Vice President & Chief Communications Officer of Boeing.
In this role, he serves on the company's Executive Council and oversees all aspects of Boeing's communications, including business unit communications, corporate communications, media relations, public affairs, leadership communications, employee engagement and corporate branding, as well as channel and content marketing.
Prior to Boeing, Ed was Global Chief Marketing & Communications Officer for AIG General Insurance. Previously, Ed was Chief Marketing & Communications Officer for Marsh & McLennan Companies.
Formerly, Ed was President & Chief Executive Officer of the National Association of Investment Companies, an industry trade group representing diverse middle market private equity and venture firms.
Ed's other leadership roles include Chief Marketing Officer of Collective; Chief Communications Officer of Nielsen, Managing Partner of BrandSphere, and VP of Disney’s ABC Television Network.
Ed serves on the Economic and Community Advisory Board of the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia. Ed sits on the Board of Directors of the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation and serves on the Executive Committee.
A Member of the Executive Leadership Council, Ed serves on the organization's Board of Directors. Ed has been recognized by Savoy Magazine as one of the "Top 100 Most Influential Blacks in Corporate America."
Ed graduated cum laude, from Tufts University, and is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania School of Law. He began his career as a lawyer in private practice in NYC.
The son of a U.S. diplomat, Ed has lived and worked in Africa, Asia, Europe and North America.