Libra Group presenta a su nueva directora general de Comunicaciones
Global conglomerate operating in key sectors announces Emily Teitelbaum as new Chief Communications Officer based in Washington, D.C.
Today, the Libra Group announced Emily Teitelbaum has joined as the global conglomerate’s Chief Communications Officer based in Washington D.C. The privately-owned, international business group is headquartered in New York City with offices in Washington, D.C., London, Athens, and Beijing.
Teitelbaum has over 15 years of senior communications experience. She was previously with Wells Fargo, where she served as Vice President of Public Affairs Communication after nearly a decade at Edelman Public Relations. She also previously worked for U.S. Senator Jim Webb (D-VA), including his chairmanship of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee Subcommittee on East Asian and Pacific Affairs, and global law firm Troutman Sanders LLP (now Troutman Pepper). She received an M.A. in Communication, Culture and Technology from Georgetown University.
As Libra Group’s Chief Communications Officer, Teitelbaum will lead all external and strategic communications across the rapidly-growing group, which has assets and operations across 50 countries. Libra Group’s current holdings include leading subsidiaries in sectors driving the global economy such as shipping, renewable energy, and aviation. Other sectors include hospitality, real estate, and diversified holdings. The Group’s holdings can be found here.
“We are excited that Emily will lead Libra’s communications strategy as we embark on a vital and exciting new chapter,” said Libra Group Chairman and CEO, George Logothetis. “As a global group at the forefront of many key sectors, we have a unique vantage point and perspective to share. We look forward to Emily’s leadership, which will enable us to share that story and many more developments to come.”
“The Libra Group is a global business group that is creating and running responsible businesses around the world that accelerate the global economy,” said Teitelbaum. “I look forward to working with Libra’s leadership and our subsidiaries to share and grow awareness of our proud legacy and significant impact.”
Read more about Emily here.