Fujifilm Names Camilla Jenkins VP of Corporate Communications
Press release from the issuing company
ELMSFORD, N.Y.---Jan. 7, 2002--Fuji Photo Film U.S.A., Inc. has appointed Camilla Jenkins to the newly created position of Vice President of Corporate Communications.
Jenkins reports to Stanley E. Freimuth, Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of Fuji Photo Film U.S.A., Inc., who made the announcement.
"With her wealth of experience in every aspect of corporate communications, Camilla Jenkins will be a great asset to Fujifilm as we continue to build our brand and strengthen our leadership position in the imaging and information marketplace,'' said Freimuth. "Camilla will be responsible for directing the design and implementation of Fujifilm's internal and external communications programs as well as ensuring their strategic focus, consistency and effectiveness.''
The functions reporting to Jenkins include: Public Relations; Corporate Contributions and Community Relations; Financial Relations; Environmental and Safety Affairs; Consumer Information Services; Internal Communications; Website Operations; and Corporate Sponsorships and Airship Operations.
Jenkins, who earned a Bachelors of Arts degree from Rosemont College, in Rosemont, PA, has extensive experience in communications at the corporate and agency levels. Prior to joining Fujifilm, she was Director of Corporate Communications for Becton, Dickinson & Company, in Franklin Lakes, NJ, where she managed the corporate communications function for 11 years. Her responsibilities included all corporate communications strategies, community relations, media relations, employee communications and government and investor communications. Earlier, she was owner and President of the Camilla Jenkins Agency and a Public Relations Manager for R.H. Macy Company.
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