Jean Medina will oversee executive and external communications for the utility giant. Contributed image
Jean Medina has been named the vice president of corporate communications for Exelon Corp., effective Jan. 30.
In this role, Medina will oversee executive and external communications, among other duties. She will report to Maggie FitzPatrick, the senior vice president of corporate affairs and philanthropy.
Medina steps in for Judy Rader, who is now working as vice president of communications for Exelon Generation.
“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,” Chris Crane, president and CEO of Exelon, said.
Medina recently served as senior vice president of communications with Airlines for America, a trade organization for airlines within the United States. She previously served as managing director for external communications for United Airlines, and her work has been recognized by PR Week, SABRE and PRNews.
“I am delighted to welcome a leader of Jean’s caliber to Exelon’s dynamic communications and marketing team and look forward to her many contributions as we reshape our corporate programs," FitzPatrick said.
Medina earned a bachelor’s degree in journalism from Eastern Illinois University.