Tara DiJulio is the Vice President & Chief Communications Officer for GE and Chief Communications Officer for GE Aerospace.
As a member of the senior leadership teams at both companies, Tara serves as a strategic advisor to GE Chairman & Chief Executive Officer and GE Aerospace CEO H. Lawrence Culp, Jr. as GE continues on the path to become three independent, laser-focused companies focused on the growth sectors of healthcare, energy, and aviation. In early 2023, GE completed the successful spin-off of GE HealthCare as an independent, investment grade company and is on track to launch GE Aerospace and GE Vernova as standalone public companies in early 2024 while continuing to invent the future of flight and lead the energy transition.
As VP & Chief Communications Officer of GE, Tara leads GE’s communications function globally, including external communications and media relations, financial communications, public affairs, corporate reputation, and executive communications. At GE Aerospace, she oversees all communications, public affairs, and brand efforts and works closely with leaders to position the business for success.
Previously, Tara served as the Senior Executive Director, Global Corporate Communications where she led external communications and Senior Director, Global Public Affairs where she partnered across GE businesses to drive campaigns and coalitions on key policy priorities and brand reputation issues for the company.
Before joining GE in 2016, Tara spent nearly a decade in the U.S. Senate where she was a chief media strategist and national spokesperson for five U.S. senators, including serving as the communications director for the U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee. She also served on the executive board of the bipartisan U.S. Senate Press Secretaries Association (SPSA) and was elected by her peers to lead the organization as president in 2012.
A graduate of the University of Washington, where she earned a bachelor’s degrees in Communications and Political Science, Tara is a member of the Bipartisan Policy Center’s board of directors and a visiting fellow at the National Security Institute at George Mason University’s Antonin Scalia Law School. She is married and has two children.