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Who’s Who Where – July/August 2023

Who’s Who Where – July/August 2023

July/August 2023

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

LAUREN ALEJANDRO, formerly PAC administrator and executive assistant, SIFMA; now government affairs associate, Caterpillar.

CHRISTIE BLOOMQUIST, formerly vice president, U.S. corporate affairs and government affairs; now vice president, government affairs and policy, Astellas Pharma U.S.

AMANDA MERTENS CAMPBELL, formerly vice president, government affairs public outreach, The Williams Companies, Inc; now vice president, external affairs, FirstEnergy Corp.

ELIZABETH CARPENTER, formerly president, Avalere Health; now executive vice president, policy and research, PhRMA

PHILLIP FORDHAM, formerly senior manager, federal government relations, LyondellBasell; now director of government relations, Celanese

NICK GENTILE, formerly director, political action committee, grassroots engagement, The American Society of Health-System Pharmacists; now assistant director, advocacy engagement, American Society for Microbiology

ALEX GRIEVE, formerly vice president, Tiger Hill Partners LLC; now government affairs lead, Paradigm

CARRIE HAUGHAWOUT, formerly deputy director, Ohio Department of Insurance; now vice president, life insurance and regulatory policy, American Council of Life Insurers

JAMES HUDDLESTON, formerly senior congressional liaison, Federal Aviation Administration; now public policy manager, Alaska Airlines

KAITLIN KIRSHNER, formerly senior manager of policy communications. Amazon Web Service; now communications, public affairs director, Duke Energy

JULIA KRIEGER, formerly senior spokesperson, U.S. Department of the Treasury; now U.S. policy comms lead, Coinbase

ALISON KUTLER, formerly senior vice president, global government affairs, Dapper Labs; now head of responsible gaming and sustainability, FanDuel

SARAH LOCKE-HENDERSON, formerly head of international public engagement, DoorDash; now head of community engagement, Cruise

JULIAN MALASI, formerly senior associate, federal government affairs, Boehringer Ingelheim; now head, U.S. government affairs, Amneal Pharmaceuticals

CHELSEA NEIL, formerly manager, political and government relations, CRE Finance Council; now manager, RAYPAC, Raytheon Technologies

ALLYSON PARK, formerly chief corporate affairs officer, Yum Brands; now chief communications officer, Walmart Inc.

MICHAEL RALSKY, formerly vice president, public affairs and ESG, Delek U.S. Holdings; now vice president, external affairs, MV Transportation

DAVID REINER, formerly executive director, U.S. state government affairs, Quest Diagnostics; now assistant vice president, state affairs, Princeton University

CHARLOTTE SAVERCOOL, formerly vice president for government affairs, National Venture Capital Association; now government relations, Aurora Innovation

JASON SOMENSATTO, formerly fintech policy specialist, U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission; now head of North America public policy, Chainalysis

SHELLY O’NEILL STONEMAN, formerly senior vice president, government relations, BAE Systems; now senior vice president of government affairs, Lockheed Martin

WALTER WHITE, formerly managing principal, Intergovernmental Affairs Group; now vice president, global government relations, AAR CORP

JOEL WIGINTON, formerly principal, The Raben Group; now senior vice president, The Pew Charitable Trusts

BRIAN WILD, formerly policy director, Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck, LLP; now chief government relations officer, National Association of Wholesaler-Distributors

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