Keep America Beautiful names senior director

Keep America Beautiful, Inc. (KAB) announced the appointment of Brenda Pulley as senior director of recycling programs. Pulley brings over 20 years of corporate communications and government affairs experience including 12 years in the aluminum industry where she played an instrumental role in recycling initiatives as vice president of corporate affairs and communications at Novelis Inc. and, previously, at Alcan Corporation. She has also served as the executive director of the National Association of Chemical Recyclers from 1989 to 1993.

In the new position, Pulley is responsible for the overall development and execution of KAB’s America Recycles Day program, outreach to Washington-based stakeholders in government and industry, public policy development and outreach, and recycling-oriented project management. In her previous role at Novelis, she was responsible for brand reputation, global media strategy, employee communications, corporate responsibility strategy and emerging issues management. Pulley will be taking over national project management for America Recycles Day from Anjia Nicolaidis, who will be moving to Cairo, Egypt with her family.