Conroy Boxhill is executive vice president, Corporate, Crisis Reputation Management, Atlanta, and has nearly 20 years of experience in managing corporate reputation, executive visibility and crisis and issues management programs for FORTUNE 500 companies.
After stints in Edelman’s New York and London offices, he has spent the last six years building the company’s crisis and reputation management offering in the South. Boxhill focuses on partnering with organizations to build and protect the reputation with the primary goal of advancing their business objectives. He has attended the past nine annual meetings of the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. There, he provides on-the-ground communications support for C-suite executives.
Specifically, his work focuses on maximizing their time with an emphasis on top-tier media interviews and influencers meetings. During his 13-year career with Edelman, Boxhill has served as the agency lead for several marquee brands, including VF Corporation, Newell Rubbermaid, Exelis, and Alston & Bird. His work on Exelis was awarded PR Week’s 2011 Financial Communications Campaign of the Year and the International Public Relations Award for best Corporate Communications Campaign. In addition to leading integrated marketing and communications campaigns, he serves as a seasoned counselor and media trainer for special C-suite situations. Prior to joining Edelman, Boxhill worked at Rubenstein Associates Public Relations and G.S. Schwartz & Co. in New York. In these positions, he focused primarily on media relations and executive visibility for a various consumer and B2B companies.
Boxhill earned a bachelor of science in business administration from the University of Maryland Eastern Shore and a masters in communications management from Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University. He is a board member of CHRIS Kids, a non-profit organization that provides counseling support and services to abused and neglected foster care youth in metro Atlanta.
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