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Exelon Names Jean Medina Appointed to Lead Corporate Communications

Energy company, Exelon Corporation has appointed Jean Medina as Vice President of Corporate Communications, effective January 30, 2017, according to a press release.

Medina, who will report to Maggie FitzPatrick, Senior Vice President, Corporate Affairs and Philanthropy, will be responsible for Exelon’s corporate positioning and reputation infrastructure, and will deepen trust and engagement with stakeholders and customers.

“Jean brings extensive experience working with the world’s leading companies and industries. Her track record and long-standing commitment to effective corporate communications programs will be important assets as we drive innovation, growth and Exelon’s leadership in shaping our nation’s sustainable energy future,” said Chris Crane, president and CEO, said in the release.

She replaces Judy Rader, who assumed the role of Vice President of Communications for Exelon Generation on Jan. 1. Medina comes from Airlines for America (A4A), the industry trade organization for the leading U.S. airlines, where she was the Senior Vice President of Communications.  Medina was also managing director for external communications for United Airlines.