Nicole Witoslawski guides the International Copper Association’s (ICA) communications strategy, presenting the copper story and the positive work of ICA’s members to target audiences. Joining ICA in 2010, Nicole has played a pivotal role in building ICA’s communications strategy from the ground up, including developing a consistent voice for ICA, creating a stronger visual identity, and strengthening relationships with ICA’s regional and member counterparts.
With no two days alike, Nicole has worked on a variety of interesting projects, from aquaculture to the Copper Mark. She appreciates the opportunity to use her creative skills, such as her development of the name and logo for the Cornerstone of Rural Electrification (CORE). With a B.A. in Journalism and Communication studies from James Madison University and an M.S. in Human Resource Development from Villanova University, Nicole brings her people-centered approach to the management of ICA’s Public Affairs team, member relations and external partnerships.