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Judith L. Nocito Elected Alcoa Corporate Secretary PITTSBURGH--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Nov. 18, 2003--Alcoa announced today
that its Board of Directors elected Judith L. Nocito, 51, as corporate
secretary and senior counsel effective immediately. She succeeds Donna
C. Dabney, 56, who served as corporate secretary and assistant general
counsel since 2000. Ms. Dabney, who will be based in Richmond,
Virginia, becomes group general counsel for the Packaging, Consumer,
Construction and Distribution groups.
Biographical information on Ms. Nocito follows:
Judith L. Nocito
Judi Nocito joined Alcoa in 1979 as an attorney in the Corporate
Legal group in Pittsburgh. She was named general attorney in 1983 and
counsel in 1996. In 2001 she became senior counsel and group counsel
for Alcoa Industrial Components, a former Alcoa business that included
the Howmet Castings and Huck Fasteners businesses. In 2002 she was
elected an assistant secretary of the company, based in the New York
Prior to joining Alcoa, Ms. Nocito served a Pennsylvania Superior
Court clerkship with Judge Gwilym A. Price, Jr.
Ms. Nocito is a member of the Pennsylvania and District of
Columbia Bars. She serves on the Board of Directors of Girls Hope of
Pittsburgh, Inc. and is a member of the American, Pennsylvania and
District of Columbia Bar Associations, as well as the Association of
Corporate Counsel. In addition, Ms. Nocito is president of the Western
Pennsylvania Chapter of the Dickinson School of Law Alumni Association
and member of the Board of the General Alumni Association.
Ms. Nocito obtained a bachelor's degree in political science in
1974 from Pennsylvania State University and received her Juris Doctor
in 1977 from The Dickinson School of Law located in Carlisle,
Pennsylvania, where she was a member of the Law Review. She was the
recipient of the Dickinson Distinguished Alumni Service Award in April