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Noah Keteyian

EVP, Corporate Reputation & Brand Purpose
WE Communications

Noah Keteyian is WE’s executive vice president of corporate reputation and brand purpose. He counsels clients to advance executive thought leadership, brand purpose platforms, talent and culture, issues preparedness and global media relations for a range of organizations that have included Microsoft, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Portland General Electric, Intel, Khan Academy, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and Global Philanthropy Forum.

He works closely with executives to advance their voice with internal and external stakeholders across digital, experiential and thought leadership forums. Noah also leads the development of trend research, including recent Brands in Motion studies with YouGov and “Leading With Purpose in an Age Defined by It,” a joint study between WE and Quartz Insights to illuminate action in purpose-driven leadership. Prior to WE, Noah led corporate social responsibility teams at Cone Communications — spearheading purpose campaigns for brands including Nestlé, General Mills and AMC Theaters. While at Cone, Noah developed sustainability reports and social-media engagement strategies; realigned strategic philanthropic efforts; and led stakeholder campaigns around issues of water, waste, energy and conservation. Noah also builds on a diverse background as an entrepreneur and policy advocate. Running a nonprofit community development effort, he created self-sustaining programs and dynamic media partnerships connecting government, industry and talent. As a young entrepreneur and small business owner, Noah championed the creative economy movement in New England as a solution to workforce outmigration challenges. Noah lives in Seattle with his wife and two children. He has served in various capacities as a supporter of the arts — from state arts commissioner to family electric guitar procurement.

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How Internal Communications Can Unleash Employee Ingenuity on Sustainability Challenges
How Internal Communications Can Unleash Employee Ingenuity on Sustainability

Organizational Change / People everywhere are feeling the effects of climate change and want to be part of the solution. Business leaders who engage their employees in sustainability initiatives will help them feel more connected and create new opportunities to shape the future. - 5 months ago