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Who’s Who Where – September 2023

Who’s Who Where – September 2023

September 2023

Your public affairs peers are taking new jobs. Keep up with those on the move and discover where they’re landing.

JOZMOND BLACK, formerly political appointee in congressional affairs, DHS; now PAC administrator & senior manager, federal government relations, Ecolab

RICHARD CAPPETTO, formerly chief customer officer, U.S. House of Representatives; now senior director North American government relations, IPC

JESSICA CARTER, formerly chief of staff, Rep. Dan Newhouse; now head of U.S. federal government affairs, Ford

LAUREN COLICELLI, formerly RPAC & political fundraising managing director at National Association of REALTORS; now director, strategic political engagement, ACLI

HARRY DECABO, formerly PAC & grassroots advocacy manager, North American Spine Society; now senior manager, congressional & political advocacy, American Academy of Otolaryngology–Head & Neck Surgery

JON FISHER-ESPINOZA, formerly AVP, federal government relations at U.S. Bank; now director, federal government relations, FICO

BERNARD FULTON, formerly vice president of government relations, Housing Policy Council; now vice president of housing policy & regulation, National Multifamily Housing Council

KYLE GERRON, formerly senior manager of government affairs, Society of Interventional Radiology; now legislative affairs manager, American Academy of Family Physicians

GRAHAM HALL, formerly director for government relations, Van Scoyoc Associates; now government affairs manager, Tyson Foods

RYANN HILL, formerly senior director, federal & state affairs, SCAN Health Plan; now vice president of legislation, Federation of American Hospitals

COLTON HOTARY, formerly director of government affairs, Autos Drive America; now director of government affairs, LG Electronics

COURTNEY HOUSTON-CARTER, formerly vice president, federal government relations, U.S. Bank; now executive director, federal government relations, JPMorgan Chase

JAIMON JACKSON, formerly senior director, federal advocacy, PhRMA; now director for federal affairs, government affairs & policy, Gilead Sciences

BETH JAFARI, formerly senior government relations counsel, Kelley Drye & Warren; now vice president of global government affairs, Hilton

KRYSTEN JENCI, formerly director, Office of Digital Services Industries; now senior government affairs manager, Cisco

KARA KELBER, formerly senior director of public affairs, SiriusXM; now director of federal affairs, Grubhub

MICHAEL MAGDELINSKAS, formerly head of legislative & regulatory policy, Transit Bikes & Scooters; now northeast government relations lead, Accenture

AMANDA MALAKOFF, formerly executive director, Rare Disease Company Coalition; now senior director, government affairs, BridgeBio

KEVIN MATULA, formerly director, government affairs & public policy, Zachry Group; now director, government relations, USAA

BRYAN PETIT, formerly senior professional staff member, Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee; now vice president, policy & regulatory affairs, National Alliance of Forest Owners

KARMEN RAJAMANI, formerly vice president of government affairs, Crown Castle; now vice president of government affairs, Wireless Infrastructure Association

ANDREW REINSDORF, formerly senior vice president of government relations, WarnerMedia; now head of global public policy & external affairs, Sony Pictures Entertainment

NICK RUDOWICH, formerly senior manager, government affairs, RV Industry Association; now director of state affairs, Association of Equipment Manufacturers

ALEX SCHRIVER, formerly head of public affairs, Targeted Victory; now public affairs, PhRMA

KIM THEIS, formerly government relations, public policy, social impact manager, Affirm, Inc; now senior manager, political programs, Walmart

SEAN WALSH, formerly global chief brand officer & managing director of U.S. operations, DMG Media; now managing director, external relations, Bilt Rewards

MAXWELL YOUNG, formerly communications director, New York Mayor Eric Adams; now executive, digital & policy communications, Pfizer

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