Isabel Jasinowski Elected to Goodyear Vice President Post

Apr 03, 2001, 01:00 ET from Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company

    AKRON, Ohio, April 3 /PRNewswire/ -- The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company's
 presence in the nation's capital was strengthened yesterday with the election
 of Isabel H. Jasinowski, vice president, government relations, as a corporate
 officer.
     "Elevating our senior official in Washington, D.C., to corporate officer
 demonstrates Goodyear's commitment to our relationships with government
 leaders and legislators," said Samir G. Gibara, Goodyear's chairman and chief
 executive officer.
     "Isabel's 25 years of experience in Washington is a tremendous asset to
 Goodyear and to the U.S. tire and rubber industry," he said. "She has played a
 key role with the Transatlantic Business Dialogue organization as it seeks to
 harmonize tire standards in the U.S. and Europe."
     Jasinowski, 52, has been Goodyear's vice president of government relations
 and head of its Washington, D.C., office since 1995.
     Prior to that, she was director of federal legislative affairs for
 Goodyear and previously served the company as Washington representative
 focusing her attention on international trade and federal tax matters before
 the U.S. Congress.  Since joining Goodyear in 1981, she has represented the
 company's public policy positions on a host of global issues with direct
 strategic business implications.
     Jasinowski started her career as director of local issues for Gov. Jimmy
 Carter's 1976 presidential campaign and gained most of her international trade
 and business experience at the U.S. Department of Commerce.  She set up and
 ran the Office of Business Liaison, reporting to the Secretary of Commerce.
     A native of New York, Jasinowski has a bachelor of arts degree in
 political science from Barnard College and a master's degree from Columbia
 University.
     Jasinowski and husband Jerry have two children and live in Washington,
 D.C.
     Goodyear is the world's largest tire company.  Headquartered in Akron,
 Ohio, the company manufactures tires, engineered rubber products and chemicals
 in more than 90 facilities in 28 countries.  It has marketing operations in
 almost every country around the world.  Goodyear employs more than 105,000
 people worldwide.  For more information about the company and a downloadable
 photo of Jasinowski, visit www.GoodyearNewsRoom.com on the Internet.
 
 

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    AKRON, Ohio, April 3 /PRNewswire/ -- The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company's
 presence in the nation's capital was strengthened yesterday with the election
 of Isabel H. Jasinowski, vice president, government relations, as a corporate
 officer.
     "Elevating our senior official in Washington, D.C., to corporate officer
 demonstrates Goodyear's commitment to our relationships with government
 leaders and legislators," said Samir G. Gibara, Goodyear's chairman and chief
 executive officer.
     "Isabel's 25 years of experience in Washington is a tremendous asset to
 Goodyear and to the U.S. tire and rubber industry," he said. "She has played a
 key role with the Transatlantic Business Dialogue organization as it seeks to
 harmonize tire standards in the U.S. and Europe."
     Jasinowski, 52, has been Goodyear's vice president of government relations
 and head of its Washington, D.C., office since 1995.
     Prior to that, she was director of federal legislative affairs for
 Goodyear and previously served the company as Washington representative
 focusing her attention on international trade and federal tax matters before
 the U.S. Congress.  Since joining Goodyear in 1981, she has represented the
 company's public policy positions on a host of global issues with direct
 strategic business implications.
     Jasinowski started her career as director of local issues for Gov. Jimmy
 Carter's 1976 presidential campaign and gained most of her international trade
 and business experience at the U.S. Department of Commerce.  She set up and
 ran the Office of Business Liaison, reporting to the Secretary of Commerce.
     A native of New York, Jasinowski has a bachelor of arts degree in
 political science from Barnard College and a master's degree from Columbia
 University.
     Jasinowski and husband Jerry have two children and live in Washington,
 D.C.
     Goodyear is the world's largest tire company.  Headquartered in Akron,
 Ohio, the company manufactures tires, engineered rubber products and chemicals
 in more than 90 facilities in 28 countries.  It has marketing operations in
 almost every country around the world.  Goodyear employs more than 105,000
 people worldwide.  For more information about the company and a downloadable
 photo of Jasinowski, visit www.GoodyearNewsRoom.com on the Internet.
 
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