Alexa Marrero is interim vice president of Communications for Boeing Global Services. Based in Plano, Texas, Marrero is responsible for the development and implementation of Communications strategy, global media relations, employee and executive communications, digital communications, product and services marketing communications and promotion of the global business.
Marrero previously served as Global Services Communications director, leading the core operations, capabilities and business growth team with responsibility for internal and external communications in support of the BGS CEO, the business's key capability centers, and the growth and subsidiary integration portfolio. Prior roles include Communications leadership for the Government Services division, supporting the U.S. and international government and defense services and sustainment business.
Before joining BGS, she was director of operations for Boeing Corporate Communications and chief of staff to the senior vice president of Communications. She was responsible for a range of operational and communications duties and served as a member of the enterprise Communications Leadership Team.
Prior to joining Boeing in 2015, Marrero was deputy staff director for the U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Energy and Commerce. In that role, she was a member of the senior management team with responsibility for the committee’s staff operations and financial management. She served as a strategic advisor to the chairman and committee members, working on a wide range of legislative and regulatory issues including energy and environmental policy, telecommunications, consumer protection and public health. Before that, she spent more than a decade in senior-level communications positions on Capitol Hill, leading national media strategy for multiple members of Congress, serving as chief spokesperson and speechwriter and expanding social media outreach in Congress.
Marrero previously served as vice president of Communications and Industry Relations for the Education Finance Council, where she led internal and external communications and grassroots activities for state non-profit student loan secondary markets. She holds a bachelor’s degree in Journalism and Mass Communications from Creighton University.