NFL Names Natalie Ravitz Senior Vice President of Communications

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NFL Names Natalie Ravitz Senior Vice President of Communications

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The National Football League today named NATALIE RAVITZ Senior Vice President of Communications.

Ravitz joins the NFL from 21st Century Fox and News Corp, where she served as Chief of Staff and Senior Vice President for Strategy under Executive Chairman Rupert Murdoch for more than three years. Prior to that, Ravitz was Communications Director for the NYC Department of Education, the largest  public school system in the nation with 1.1 million students and more than 130,000 employees. Ravitz worked closely in that role with Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s office on education reform initiatives.

​From 2003-2010, Ravitz was in Washington D.C. working in the United States Senate for Senator Barbara Boxer (D-CA).  Ravitz rose from being Boxer’s Press Secretary and Speechwriter to her Senior Advisor and Deputy Chief of Staff. Ravitz also worked as an advisor to Boxer as Chairperson of the Senate Select Committee on Ethics.   

Ravitz will be based in the NFL’s New York headquarters and oversee the league’s communications and media strategy. Ravitz reports to Joe Lockhart, the NFL’s Chief Communications Officer.