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Gulfstream appoints Caroline Keller Deputy General Counsel

11/14/2014 | Gulfstream Aerospace Corp.

Gulfstream Aerospace Corp. recently appointed Caroline Keller deputy general counsel. She reports to Jay Neely, vice president, Law and Public Affairs, Gulfstream.

Keller joined Gulfstream in 2007 as associate general counsel. As deputy general counsel, she provides legal support and strategic guidance for Gulfstream’s leadership on aircraft sales and marketing, and for Gulfstream’s international Product Support sites.

“Caroline has played a key role in the support of Gulfstream’s domestic and international business,” said Neely. “She was an integral part of the team that successfully negotiated the establishment of Gulfstream Beijing and has significant knowledge of our customers’ needs, both domestically and internationally.”

Prior to joining Gulfstream, Keller was counsel in the securities litigation group of Alston & Bird, LLP in Atlanta, Georgia, where she represented public companies, officers and directors in complex commercial litigation, class-action lawsuits and internal investigations. Before becoming a litigator, Keller worked as legislative and public policy director for several trade associations in Washington, D.C.

Keller earned a Juris Doctor from Georgetown University School of Law in Washington, D.C., and a bachelor’s degree in international relations from Randolph-Macon Woman’s College in Lynchburg, Virginia. Keller graduated Leadership Georgia and Leadership Savannah and is an active volunteer with various community organizations.

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