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NSF International’s Elizabeth Jones Named to 2018 Notable Women in Marketing List
Elizabeth Jones, Vice President of Global Marketing, Communications & Regulatory Affairs at global public health and safety organization NSF International, was recognized in the Crain’s Detroit Business 2018 Notable Women in Marketing listing, published on October 8, 2018.
Jones joined Ann Arbor-based NSF International in 2009. She directs marketing, communications and regulatory affairs for the organization which also includes five global divisions covering 12 industry sectors related to important human health and safety issues – water quality, food quality and safety, health sciences, sustainability and management systems.
“Elizabeth has a finely-honed ability to clearly communicate and also provide quick, strategic thinking,” said NSF International President and CEO Kevan Lawlor. “She’s an astute practitioner of effective and persuasive leadership, instilling confidence in her team, both within and outside NSF. Always polished, professional, and personable, her superior work ethic and inherent understanding of the power of building relationships has led NSF through unprecedented global expansion and organizational growth.”
“I’m humbled and grateful to be recognized in this way,” said Jones. “I’m most proud to be a member of the team ensuring that NSF International’s global presence conveys a single brand voice, strategically positioned to protect the food we eat, the water we drink, the health care products we use, the air we breathe and the environment in which we live.” Jones leads a global team of 60 marketing, communications and regulatory professionals located throughout North America, Europe, Asia and Latin America.
Prior to joining NSF International, she was Vice President, Communications at Quicken Loans and Vice President, Marketing at Aquinas College. She retired from the U.S. Navy with the rank of Captain (0-6). She is accredited in public relations (APR) by the Public Relations Society of America and a member of the Detroit Chapter of the U.S. Navy League, serving on the team that helped commission the USS DETROIT on the Detroit waterfront in 2016.