Congratulations to the following Council members and other public affairs professionals on their recent career moves.

Sharla Artz, formerly director of government affairs, Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories; now vice president of government affairs for policy and cybersecurity, Utilities Technology Council

Genna Gent, formerly senior vice president, government affairs, American Beverage Association; now vice president of government relations, McDonalds

Marni Goldberg, formerly director of public affairs, office of Penny Pritzker (D-Illinois); now senior director of public affairs, Visa

Nicole Gustafson, formerly vice president of public policy and government affairs, National Football League; now vice president of government relations, National Association of Broadcasters

Phillips Hinch, formerly senior advisor, office of Susan Collins (R-Maine); now senior tax policy adviser, International Council of Shopping Centers

David Kim, formerly deputy administrator, Federal Highway Administration; now vice president of government affairs, Hyundai Motor Company

Helaine Klasky, formerly chief communications officer, GE Energy Management; now chair of U.S. public affairs and crisis practice, Burson Marsteller

Grisella Martinez, formerly policy director, House Democratic Caucus; now vice president of government relations, National Association of Broadcasters

Louis Renjel, formerly vice president of strategic infrastructure, CSX Corporation; now vice president of federal government affairs and strategic policy, Duke Energy

Julie Trute, formerly senior director of political affairs, American Optometric Association; now director of public affairs, Liberty Mutual.

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