Corey duBrowa has served as Google’s vice president of global communications and public affairs since joining the company in 2018. Prior, he was executive vice president and chief communications officer at Salesforce during the period in which that company was named to the top spot in Fortune's "Future 50" most innovative companies in the world and was also awarded Forbes' "innovator of the Decade.” Prior, he served as senior vice president of global communications for Starbucks, which he helped raise to the status of fourth-most-admired brand in the world, according to Fortune. Corey has earned multiple industry awards over the past 20 years, including four Sabres, three PRSA Silver Anvils, two PR Week Global awards and was also named to the University of Oregon’s School of Journalism and Communications Hall of Fame (Corey served as President of the UO Alumni Association for two years and was on the board for nearly ten). He currently serves on the executive committee for the Arthur W. Page Society's Board of Trustees, and is a founding member of the USC Annenberg School's Board of Advisors. In addition to his day job, Corey was also a music journalist for two decades, with more than a thousand bylines in publications ranging from Rolling Stone to Village Voice to GQ. He lives in Berkeley, CA with his wife Courteneay and son Tanner, a student at the University of Oregon.