Hyzon Motors promotes new head of global communications and branding

Hyzon Motors promotes new head of global communications and branding

In her new role, Stephanie Mudgett will lead all of Hyzon's communications functions, including branding and marketing.

Hyzon Motors promoted Stephanie Mudgett to head of global communications and branding, effective immediately. As head of global communications and branding, Mudgett will lead all of Hyzon’s communications functions, including branding and marketing, as well as the development and execution of the company’s internal and external messaging, Hyzon said. She will also oversee corporate reputation management and strategic planning in support of the company’s primary business objectives.

Mudgett, a Seattle native, is an industry veteran with 35 years of communications, branding and public relations experience, including more than 30 years at The Boeing Company as both an employee and consultant, where she led global communications and branding efforts for airplane programs and executive communications. She also led numerous strategic communication efforts for some of The Boeing Company’s technologies, initiatives and product launches across their full lifecycle.

Since 2017, Mudgett has served as vice president of communications for global investment firm WestRiver Group (WRG), where she managed executive communications and public relations for WGR internally as well as for its innovative portfolio companies in the clean energy, technology, and life science industries, among others. She will continue to serve as an executive public relations counselor for WRG. In addition, Mudgett is a senior consultant at West Coast public relations and communications firm Fearey, where she provides strategic advice and counsel for brands and clients regarding various issues.

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