MetLife executive women move to global roles


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MetLife promotes executive women to global roles

MetLife promotes executive women to global roles

MetLife has named two executive women who will take positions of global leadership within the company. Susan Greenwell has been named Head of Global Government Relations and Jennifer Gottlieb will become Head of Global Employee Communication.

A tremendous ambassador for MetLife

Susan joined the company as chief of staff to the President of International in 2004 and has since become “a tremendous ambassador for MetLife’s policy positions across the globe,” says Executive Vice President and Head of Corporate Affairs, Michael A. Zarcone.

Susan’s career with MetLife has been challenging and progressive. Early on, she served as vice president in the Office of the Chairman, President and CEO. And, she has previously served as the company’s head of International Government Relations with responsibility for MetLife’s advocacy on political, regulatory and legislative issues in more than 40 countries in Asia, Latin America, and Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA).

In her new global role, Susan will add responsibility for US Federal Government Relations as well as the company’s Regulatory Policy Group.

Additionally, Susan serves on the Board of Directors of the Business Council for International Understanding, the Coalition of Services Industries, the Americas Society/Council of the Americas, and the Korea Society. She is also a Presidio Institute Cross-Sector Leadership Fellow.

Susan holds a master’s degree in international affairs from Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs, and a bachelor’s degree in Asian studies from Furman University.

Jennifer is a MetLife veteran with 25-years of loyal service

Supporting MetLife’s communications function, Jennifer Gottlieb has been announced as Head of Global Employee Communication.

Jennifer’s responsibility will focus on internal communications and employee engagement. Jennifer and her team will continue to oversee the internal content strategy, manage all internal channels, and partner with Human Resources to maximize employee engagement.

Jennifer has been with MetLife for 25 years and has held a variety of roles in areas including executive communication, marketing, and creative services. She also served as chief of staff to a President of the company’s US business.

Jennifer earned her bachelor’s degree in journalism from Penn State University.

Find your niche at MetLife

Join talented women like Susan and Jennifer at MetLife by searching the fantastic range of global roles. Where will your insurance career take you?

 

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