Marketing & Communications Committee – Communications without Borders: The Boeing Experience

Charlie Miller, Vice President, International Corporate Communications, Boeing

Venue : Stamford American Auditorium (AmCham Office, 1 Scotts Rd, #23-03 Shaw Centre)

Date : February 15, 2017

Time : 8:00 AM - 9:30 AM

Price : $0.00

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When you’re a global company operating in over 65 countries, what’s at risk and how do you protect your company reputation? What does it take to overcome a crisis?  

Stakeholders aplenty, a fragmented media scene and change being the only constant, how do you make sense of it all to drive global communications and shape international markets? 

Find out how the world’s largest aerospace company which celebrated its 100th anniversary in 2016, plans to be an enduring global industrial champion over the next 100 years.  

About the Speaker

Charlie Miller

Vice President, International Corporate Communications


Charlie Miller leads Boeing’s global communications activities outside the United States. Based in Chicago, Illinois, he manages a team of country communications professionals and agencies in almost 40 key global markets and works to optimize the company’s corporate reputation, measurably advance stakeholder relationships and protect the enterprise. 

Reporting to the Senior Vice President of Communications, Miller supports Boeing’s global growth and productivity initiatives by shaping international markets with integrated and differentiated communications strategies. 

Miller joined Boeing in 2001 as communications director for the United Kingdom and Ireland and then served for five years as communications director for Europe, Middle East, and Africa. 

Before joining Boeing, Miller jointly directed corporate media relations at BAE SYSTEMS and its predecessor company, British Aerospace. He also had responsibility for communications coordination with the company’s numerous international joint venture entities. 

Previously, Miller was a journalist, the bulk of it spent with the Press Association, the UK wire service. As diplomatic and defense correspondent, he covered foreign affairs and defense for more than 11 years, reporting extensively from trouble spots such as the Arabian Gulf including Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Oman, United Arab Emirates and Bahrain, as well as Croatia, Serbia, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Indonesia and the former Soviet Union. He broke the news of the death of Diana, Princess of Wales, for which he was awarded “UK Scoop of the Year”. 

Miller graduated from University College London with a bachelor’s degree in French. He holds further qualifications in journalism. Father of two daughters, he is married, enjoys playing cricket when possible with his village team and all elements of music including keyboards and the rudiments of rock and jazz drumming. 

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