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HP Appoints Veteran Editor/Reporter Connie Guglielmo to Lead Corporate Communications


PALO ALTO, Calif., HP today announced that Connie Guglielmo has been named vice president of Corporate Communications, effective Sept. 1.

Guglielmo has more than 20 years of experience as an editor managing fast-paced news teams and as a reporter writing in-depth coverage of the most important companies in the technology industry, including HP.

In her new role, Guglielmo will oversee all aspects of corporate communications, internally and externally. This includes global media and analyst relations, global internal communications and employee initiatives, global executive communications, and strategic messaging. She reports to Michael Mendenhall, senior vice president and chief marketing officer at HP.

“We’re thrilled to have someone of Connie’s caliber and experience join our team,” said Mendenhall. “Connie’s in-depth understanding of media and communications, as well as her extensive industry knowledge, will be tremendous assets for HP.”

Guglielmo was most recently at Bloomberg News, where she served as reporter/enterprise writer for the U.S. technology practice and managed teams of collaborators located around the world for the past seven years. Prior to Bloomberg, she was Silicon Valley bureau chief/West Coast news editor at Interactive Week and executive news editor at MacWEEK, and held a variety of writer/editor roles for the industry’s leading media outlets.

Guglielmo holds a bachelor’s degree in political science from UCLA and a master’s degree in communications from Stanford University.

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