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Libby Archell
Vice President, Alcoa
Chief Communications Officer
New York, New York

Libby Archell was appointed Vice President, Alcoa and Chief Communications Officer in September 2013, responsible for communications activities that impact reputation, media, and employee engagement.  She is also a member of the Alcoa Executive Council, the senior leadership group that sets strategic direction for the company.

Libby rejoined Alcoa in her present position, after serving as Director of Corporate Communications for Hewlett-Packard, where she led media relations, issues management and financial communications.

Prior to her departure from Alcoa in December 2012, Libby was director of Corporate Affairs, managing Alcoa's global media relations and financial and crisis communications. She joined Alcoa in 2005 as communications advisor in Perth, Western Australia.  She has since served in corporate affairs roles of increasing responsibility, managing both internal and external communications, employee engagement and social investment in communications functions in Australia and the U.S.  As head of communications and employee engagement for Alcoa Foundation based in New York, Libby developed global engagement initiatives and scaled them across multiple markets and diverse cultures, helping position Alcoa as a sustainability leader.

Prior to joining Alcoa, Libby was a media communications consultant to major resource companies in Australia. Her background includes work in both the government and NGO sector.

Libby holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Western Australia. In 2010, she was named to the prestigious Australian-American Young Leadership Dialogue, a group of young leaders who work to broaden and deepen mutual understanding between leaders of Australia and the United States to enhance economic and cultural prosperity. Libby is also a member of the Council on Foreign Relations Young Leaders, focused on international affairs and U.S. foreign policy; and the Arthur W. Page Society, a professional association for senior public relations and corporate communications executives. In addition she serves on the Alcoa Global Women’s Network Steering Committee, committed to the advancement of women leaders across the Company.