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Executive Moves: UPS and AAR

UPS hires director of global affairs, while the Association of American Railroads names new press secretary.

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UPS hires director of global affairs, while the Association of American Railroads names new press secretary.

   Maria Louisa Boyce, who worked for seven years as a senior advisor on trade to several commissioners at U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP), joined UPS last month as director of global affairs based in Washington, D.C.
   At CBP, Boyce was responsible for maintaining two-way communication with importers and exporters about the development of new trade policies and coordinating outreach with other government agencies with border responsibilities. She was one of many officials who helped the agency implement its trade transformation strategy in recent years.

   The Association of American Railroads (AAR) has appointed Jessica Kahanek as the association’s press secretary, effective March 7.
   Kahanek has served as press secretary for the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) since January 2015, and her prior experience includes stints with several members of Congress, including Reps. Jim Costa, D-Calif., and Gene Green, D-Texas.