Westinghouse Electric has named Margaret Cosentino executive VP for corporate affairs.
She’s in charge of communications, public policy, government relations, brand reputation and ESG issues.
Most recently, Cosentino handled public policy at Northrop Grumman including trade, tax, environmental and workforce matters.
Earlier, she was VP-global government affairs & defense at Arconic, the $13B automotive, aerospace and engineered products company that was spun off by Alcoa.
Patrick Fragman, CEO of Westinghouse, called Cosentino “an insightful leader with an impressive track record and substantial experience in industrial and global operations.”
Founded in 1886, Westinghouse is involved in the electronics, lighting and power systems businesses.