Boeing Appoints Elena Alexandrova New Russian Communications Director; Dr. Sergey Kravchenko Comments

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Elena Alexandrova

Boeing has appointed Elena Alexandrova communications director for Russia and CIS, according to a company statement.

“We are delighted to welcome Elena to lead communications in this important region for the company,” said Dr. Sergey Kravchenko, president of Boeing Russia/CIS.

“She will work closely with Boeing commercial airplanes and the international teams to enhance the company’s reputation and help support our long-term partnerships and projects.”

Alexandrova succeeds Dmitry Krol, who will join Boeing’s commercial airplanes communications in Seattle.

She is now responsible for Boeing’s communications strategy and partnerships with suppliers and customers to support the company’s Russian business objectives.

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Dr. Sergey Kravchenko

“Russia is a strategically important country for Boeing, from supporting the Boeing design center, technical research center, our partnership with Russian Technologies to working with our valued airline customers,” Kravchenko added.

Alexandrova has over 10 years of experience in communications, corporate affairs and public relations in various industry sectors in the UK and in Russia.

She previously led MegaFon‘s corporate communications and social responsibility group and served Midland Group as PR director and as director for corporate communications.

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