Pitney Bowes VP of Marketing Retires
Juanita James has retired as Pitney Bowes' vice president and chief marketing and communication officer.
James, who joined the company in 1999, has left a wide and lasting mark on Pitney Bowes. She was initially recruited to lead two complex global projects for the Human Resources function, which both delivered significant benefits to the company in terms of simplifying business processes, improving service levels and lowering costs. James then transitioned into a business unit role, leading the effort that ultimately resulted in Pitney Bowes moving decisively into the marketing services business through several acquisitions.
In 2006, James was appointed Chief Communications Officer, responsible for internal and external communications, investor relations, and corporate citizenship and philanthropy. In 2007, the corporate marketing function was added to her portfolio of responsibilities. In this capacity, James has overseen the revitalization of the Pitney Bowes brand, the relaunching of the internal communications web portal known as Inside PB, and the globalization of the public relations and corporate citizenship functions.
James has held numerous community and national nonprofit leadership positions over the years, including serving on the boards of the Stamford Museum & Nature Center, the Childcare Learning Centers, Reading is Fundamental, and the Ferguson Library. She is a former trustee of her alma mater, Princeton University, and is a current Trustee of Lesley University.
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