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Aramark Appoints SVP Corporate Communications

07.06.2021, 16:54

Aramark Appoints SVP Corporate Communications

Debbie Albert has re-joined Aramark in the new position of SVP Corporate Communications.

Albert, who  worked in the company’s Corporate Communications department from 1995 to 2010 prior to establishing strategic communications and marketing firm, Albert Communications, will report directly to CEO, John Zillmer.

In her new role, Albert will deliver integrated communications programs to diverse audiences including clients, employees, and media, while supporting the executive team, business units and functional areas with communications counsel.

With a degree in journalism from The George Washington University, she has extensive experience in television news having worked on the assignment desks at Independent Network News (WPIX) and CNN in Washington, D.C. as well as 6ABC (formerly WPVI-TV) and KYW-TV (now CBS3) in Philadelphia. Earlier in her career, Albert was the Public Relations Manager at the Spectrum (Philadelphia’s former indoor arena).

Zillmer comments: “Debbie’s strategic thinking, work ethic, and understanding of our business will be a tremendous asset to the company, especially as we emerge from the pandemic and focus on growth.

“As a former leader at Aramark, Debbie is well-known across the company and now brings additional outside perspective from managing communications programs for corporations across a variety of industries.”

Albert adds: “Aramark has been part of my professional DNA for decades.

“This management team and the values Aramark stands for are aligned with mine and I look forward to strategically positioning the communications function both internally and externally to help the company reach its business objectives.”

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