Mary Kay appoints new VP Corp. Comms and CSR


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Mary Kay appoints new VP Corp. Comms and CSR

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Cosmetics seller Mary Kay announces the promotion of Crayton W. Webb to Vice President of Corporate Communications and Corporate Social Responsibility.

In this position, Webb will continue to oversee global media relations, reputation management and public relations initiatives for the company’s more than 35 international subsidiaries.

“Along with his strong leadership skills and extensive experience from his tenure with the company, Crayton embodies ‘The Mary Kay Way,’”​ says Nathan Moore, Chief Legal Officer and Secretary for Mary Kay.

“He walks the talk as it relates to community involvement and we know his counsel will continue to be invaluable as we grow Mary Kay’s presence and continue to enrich the lives of women around the world.”

Webb joined the company in 2005 as Manager of Government Relations before his promotion to Director of Corporate Communications and Corporate Social Responsibility in 2008.

In his role, Webb also leads Mary Kay’s corporate social responsibility efforts, Pink Changing Lives, which focuses on empowering women around the globe through community involvement, philanthropy and volunteerism from Mary Kay employees and the more than 3 million Mary Kay Independent Beauty Consultants around the world.

In the past

Prior to joining Mary Kay, he was Chief of Staff for Dallas Mayor Laura Miller and Director of Communications for the United Way of Metropolitan Dallas.

He also spent 10 years as a broadcast journalist covering politics for television stations in Oregon, Idaho and Texas, and as an investigative reporter for KTVT CBS 11 in Dallas.

Webb is chairman of HeROS (He Respects Others), the men’s auxiliary for Genesis Women’s Shelter in Dallas and was recently appointed to the board of the Texas Council on Family Violence in Austin.

He sits on the Communications Council for the Dallas Regional Chamber and the Executive Forum at the Boston College Center for Corporate Citizenship. Webb received a Bachelor of Arts degree from Willamette University in Salem, Oregon.

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