Frances Townsend is an integral member of Activision Blizzard as she serves as the executive vice president of corporate affairs, corporate secretary, and chief compliance officer in the gaming company. She has been with the company since March of this year in these roles. Frances Townsend had reputable experience before joining Activision, working as an assistant for former president George W. Bush in the homeland security and counterterrorism unit. She has also worked at Forbes, Inc., and MacAndrews as the vice-chairman, general counsel, and chief administrative officer. Townsend also worked at a law firm as one of the partners for some time. She is also a part of several non-profit boards that include the Atlantic Council and the Center for Strategic and International Studies.
Frances Townsend has officially been with Activision Blizzard since December of 2020. One of her significant accomplishments was being one of the first assistant commandants for intelligence in the U.S. Coast Guard. She also spent 13 years working in the U.S. Department of Justice in many different roles. Frances Townsend brings a lot to the table in terms of her legal skills, knowledge of public policy and government operations, international affairs, risk management, and much more. Townsend has also served as the director for Scientific Games Corporation, The Western Union Company, and SciPlay Corporation. The individual has won some awards for her public service. She previously was an analyst for both CBS News and CNN. Frances Townsend yields an extensive resume throughout various fields.
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