Texaco Press Release - Rosemary Moore Elected Vice President of Texaco Inc.
FOR RELEASE: MONDAY, JUNE 26, 2000.
WHITE PLAINS, N.Y., June 26 - Rosemary Moore has been elected a Vice President of Texaco Inc., effective immediately, it was announced today by Peter I. Bijur, Texaco Chairman and Chief Executive Officer.
Moore joined Texaco June 1 with management responsibility for the company's Corporate Communications and Government Affairs Division.
"This move underscores the importance that Texaco places on the value of image and reputation," said Bijur. "As part of Texaco's leadership team, Rosemary Moore possesses a high degree of strategic public affairs expertise, which will enable us to effectively communicate the company's strategies, accomplishments and views to all internal and external constituents."
Before becoming an independent communications consultant in 1996, Moore served as Corporate Vice President, Corporate Communications for the Seagram Company Ltd. in New York. Moore joined Seagram in the United Kingdom in 1988 to establish its international communications and public affairs infrastructure. In 1990 she transferred to the company's corporate offices in New York with responsibility for direction and coordination of its worldwide communications.
Prior to joining the Seagram Company Moore served in a number of executive communications roles, including Editor - Oil and Gas Industry for the Business Publishing Division of the Financial Times, and as Managing Director and Managing Editor with M. Shanken International Ltd.
Moore will be located at Texaco's Corporate Center in White Plains.
Updated: June 2000