Roland Berger, a global management consulting firm, has appointed communications expert Regina Koerner as Global Head of Marketing & Communications. Koerner is based in Roland Berger's Munich office.
Prior to joining Roland Berger, Regina Koerner worked at Strategic Corporate Communications as a Consultant for seven years, providing a range of branding, PR and other strategic communication services to clients across Germany. Concurrently, between 2015 and midway through 2016, Koerner worked as a Director of Marketing & Communications at A.T. Kearney, responsible leading DACH Marketing & Communications activities, among others.
Koerner’s earlier roles include a one year stint at sustainable society charity the Bertelsmann Foundation, as Senior Vice President of Communications; Head of Communications at Fairtrade International (FLO), from 2009 until 2010 and Director of Communications at the World Future Council, for around one year. Previously she worked in the media industry, serving RTL Television for twelve years and Deutsche Welle TV for around two years, where Koerner started her career.
Koerner holds a Master of Arts in Journalism from the University of Missouri - Columbia School of Journalism.
The appointment of Koerner, a former third sector communications expert, as Head of Global Marketing & Communications, sees her take over from Christiane Diekmann, who is leaving the firm after more than a decade in the role.
Roland Berger CEO Charles-Edouard Bouée remarks, "Regina Koerner brings the expertise and creativity to take our global communications to the next level of excellence. With her excellent track record in branding & positioning and her skills in global PR and corporate communications Regina is an outstanding asset for our thought leadership."