Ed Dandridge

Ed Dandridge is a recognized business leader with a 30+ year track record of joining executive management teams of leading global companies at critical points of transition, working closely with CEOs and boards of directors to help reshape their market positioning and reputation among key stakeholders. 

Ed has worked in senior leadership roles across industries from government and public affairs to marketing and advertising, media, and communications, with C-level roles at Fortune 500 companies, including Boeing, AIG, Marsh & McLennan and Nielsen. Additionally, Ed serves on the President’s Advisory Committee of the Philadelphia Fed, is chair of the National Board of Directors of Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation, and was formerly president and CEO of the NAIC and vice chair of the Executive Leadership Council (ELC). Since 2010, he has been repeatedly recognized as one of the “Top 100 Most Influential Blacks in Corporate America” by Savoy Magazine.