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Kodak Names Ann Moscicki Senior PR Manager, GCG

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Eastman Kodak announced that Ann Moscicki, a 30-year communications veteran of the company, has been named senior manager, public relations, for its Graphic Communications Group (GCG). Moscicki will oversee all US and Canada public relations activities and will support the Group’s worldwide public relations program. Previously, Moscicki was manager, worldwide segment marketing, for the GCG. Moscicki has held communications or advertising positions in the Professional Photography, Digital Printer Products, Digital & Applied Imaging, Business Imaging Systems, Commercial Imaging and Document Imaging groups.
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